England T20 world Cup winning captain Jos Buttler named as Player Of The Month for November 2022 by ICC.
Jos Buttler named as player of the month for November 2022 by ICC mainly because of leadership and batting performance in recently concluded ICC World T20 event.
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Buttler leads his team through the semis of T20WC by defeating World Cup’s one of the strongest teams, India without losing any wickets and build up a strong partnership of 170 runs with Alex Hales.
Buttler turns out the best fit for the ICC player of the month award after giving a glamorous performance in front of Pakistan’s bowling spearhead Shaheen Shah Afridi and Haris Rauf in the final of T20WC and helped England to win this title after more than 11 years.
Some Amazing Moments Of Jos Buttler at T20WC 2022
- The titled skipper’s unbeatable inning of 80 of 49 balls, against India, was loaded with a total of 9 fours and 3 sixes which played a vital role in England’s massive entry in the T20WC finals which was later played against Pakistan on 13th November 2022.
- Even though Buttler’s performance in T20WC final was not mathc winnig but his valuable inning of 26 runs still left a strong impact on their race to the glory in front of Pakistan’s fierce bowling attack.
Buttler stated his views on this award through the ICC’s official statement,
“ I want to thank the fans for voting for me as the ICC player of the month for November. This award is down to the efforts of my teammates in what was the most incredible month of cricket, culminating in winning the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in Australia.”
Buttler further added, “ It is right up there amongst the best months of cricket I’ve been involved in, and it was pretty special to lead a group of players to the ultimate accolade of becoming world champions.”