Jos Buttler Weirdest SIX: England cleaned up the hosts in the 3-match ODI series after beating the Netherlands by 8 wickets in the third ODI on Wednesday night. Jason Roy, who scored a century in this match for the English team, became the hero, but wicket-keeper batsman Jos Buttler was robbed by one of his strange shots. He went outside the wicket and hit a six on a poor delivery from Paul van Meeckeren. Fans are unable to stop laughing after watching the video of this incident.
Buttler, who led the English team in the third ODI under the captaincy of Eoin Morgan, promoted himself in batting and came out to bat at number four. Chasing a target of 245 runs, England lost their two wickets for 85 runs. After this, Butler played an unbeaten innings of 86 runs in 64 balls with the help of 7 fours and 5 sixes and shared an unbroken 153-run partnership for the third wicket with Jason Roy (101) to win the match with 119 balls to spare.
During the 29th over, when Paul van Meeckeren was bowling, the ball slipped from his hand while attempting to bowl a slower ball. The ball reached Butler in two tips and this batsman went outside the pitch and played a big shot in the direction of square leg and got 6 runs. Being a no ball, Buttler got a free hit and hit a six off the next ball as well. England took a total of 26 runs from this over.
England won the toss and elected to bowl first in this match. Thanks to the fine performance of David Willey, the English team managed to bundle out the Netherlands for 244 runs. Willie took 4 wickets for 36 runs. England had achieved this target in 30.1 overs.