As calm as a cricketer is, he can be equally dangerous player, similarly today we are going to talk about a player who is very calm in appearance but he is completely opposite to his nature in playing. Talking about England's deadly and explosive wicket-keeper batsman Josh Butler, Jos Buttler is a right-handed batsman who plays for England in all three formats of cricket, appears playing for Rajasthan Royals in IPL.
Jos Buttler Biography
|Full Name||Joseph Charles Butler|
|Date Of Birth||8 September 1990|
|Birth Place||Dublin, Ireland|
|Playing Role||Wicket-Keeper Batsman|
|Batting Style||Right–hand bat|
|Eye Colour||Light Blue|
|Jersey Number||#63 (England), #6 (IPL, Country Cricket)|
Jos Butler born
Jos Buttler's full name is Joseph Charles Butler. Jos Buttler was born in an intermediate Christian family. Jos Buttler was born in Taunton, Somerset, England. People affectionately call him Josh.
Josh Butler's family
Jos Butler has a small happy family, his father's name is John Butler, while his mother's name is Patricia Butler, his mother is a physical education teacher, he also has a younger brother named Jimmy Gosero, his sister's name is Joan Vickers
|Father Name||John Butler|
|Mother Name||Patricia Butler|
|Brother Name||Jimmie Gosser|
|Sister’s Name||Joanne Vickers|
|Spouse Name||Louise Butler|
|Daughter Name||Georgia Rose|
Jos Buttler Cricket Career
Jos Buttler started his cricket career at the age of 11. In 2006, he got a chance to play in domestic cricket for England. Initially Josh Butler started his cricket career as a batsman but later wicketkeeping. When Josh changed, he had distanced himself from cricket due to a back injury when he was 13 years old and he had left cricket at one time, but at the behest of England's then-cricketer Jamie Kane, he returned to play cricket. started
Jos Buttler Domestic Cricket Career
After Jos Buttler's consistent performance, he got an opportunity to play domestic cricket for England in 2006, where he has played at the level of Under 13, Under 15 and Under 17 team, in 2006 he also played for Glastonbury where But he took three catches while keeping wickets in his first match itself, while scoring 15 runs and scoring 71 runs in the second innings.
After Jos Buttler's consistent performance, he got an opportunity to play in the Under-19 team for England in 2008, where he also captained the New Zealand team in two warm-up matches against New Zealand where also batting at number 77. Scored runs in which he hit 11 fours and 2 sixes
April 2008 came when he scored an unbeaten 227 during a record-breaking opening stand in a 50-over national schools game, including a 340 with Alex Barrow. He captained the Kings during the 2008 season, and scored 851 runs in his batting line-up for the last two years, more than any other member of the team, 250, while his highest score of 227* was that 2008 season. Meanwhile, Butler also played for Somerset Second XI.
In 2009, Butler played four matches for England Under-18s, two matches each against Scotland A and Scotland Development XI. He scored an unbeaten 103 in the first of these matches as Butler made his England Under-19 debut in 2009. Under-19 in the first T20 against Bangladesh. Playing as a specialist batsman, he scored 33 runs in 17 balls as England registered a five-wicket win.
Jos Buttler's International Cricket Career
After a consistent performance in domestic cricket, Jos Buttler got an opportunity to play in international cricket in 2011, where he played his first match against India and that match was T20.
Jos Buttler's T20 cricket career
Friends are considered to be one of the best and explosive batsmen of T20 instead, he performs very well in batting along with his wicketkeeper, also participates in many T20 leagues around the world apart from England and gives his excellent performance there. Jos Buttler started his T20 International cricket career against India on 30 August 2011.
Jos Buttler's ODI cricket career
Dost Badle started his ODI cricket career against Pakistan at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium on 21 February 2012, in his first match, Josh Butler was dismissed without opening an account.
Test cricket career of Jos Buttler
Jos Buttler started his Test cricket career against India on 27 July 2014. were caught
Jos Buttler's IPL Cricket Career
Jos Buttler has played for Mumbai Indians in IPL in 2016 and 2017, after which Rajasthan was bought by Rohit in the 2018 auction. Jos Buttler is associated with the team of Rajasthan Royals from 2018 to present. Rising his IPL career. He was with Mumbai Indians on 9 April 2016 against Pune Supergiants and in his first match, Jos Buttler was dismissed without opening an account.
- Jos Buttler Career Information :
- Test debut :On Jul 27, 2014 vs India at The Rose Bowl
- ODI debut :On Feb 21, 2012 vs Pakistan at Dubai International Cricket Stadium
- T20 debut :On Aug 31, 2011 vs India at Emirates Old Trafford
- IPL debut :On Apr 09, 2016 vs Rising Pune Supergiant at Wankhede Stadium
Jos Buttler has played for these teams
Somerset, England, Khulna Royal Bengals, England Lions, Melbourne Renegades, Lancashire, Mumbai Cricket Association XI, Mumbai Indians, Comilla Victorians, Sydney Thunder, Rajasthan Royals, Team Buttler.
Jos Butler Achievements:(Jos Butler Achievements:)
In 2009, he made his first-class debut.
He made his T20I debut in 2011.
He made his ODI debut in 2012.
He made his Test debut in 2014.
In 2016, he made his IPL debut for Mumbai Indians.
In 2018, he made his IPL debut for Rajasthan Royals.
In 2019 he won the World Cu. participated in
Joss Butler's Wife
Jose married his long time girlfriend Louise Butler on 21 October 2017. While they also have a daughter, their daughter's name is Georgia Rose Georgia Rose was born in 2019.
Jos Butler net worth
Jos Buttler's net worth is 12 million dollars annually i.e. 88 crores in Indian Rupees.