Young talented opening batsman Anuj Rawat has been living a fairy tale life after he was picked by Rajasthan Royals for IPL 2021. He has been able to share the dressing room with his favorite stars and recently, his dream came true as Jos Buttler presented him his own autographed wicket-keeping gloves. Read more – Australia’s Mike Hussey to quarantine in India for 10 days after testing COVID-19 positive
Jos Buttler didn’t have a good campaign initially as he was seen struggling to score runs. He was also dismissed multiple times in the powerplay. However, in their latest match against SunRisers Hyderabad, Buttler made his way to his first T20 century as he scored 124 off just 64 balls.
The 14th edition of the Indian Premier League was postponed owing to a bio-bubble breach in various teams. Thus, numerous players have started returning to their respective countries.
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Before departing Jos Buttler gave some memorable moments to cherish for young Indians as he gifted some of his teammates his wicket keeping gloves and bats. Young talented opener Anuj Rawat took to Instagram where he shared a beautiful video in which Jos Buttler is seen signing his gloves and then presenting them to Rawat.
“One of the finest batsman and more importantly an amazing human being, honoured to share the dressing room with you,” Anuj wrote in the caption.
Here’s the post:
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Earlier, Cricket Australia chief Nick Hockley confirmed that BCCI will be helping Australian players and commentators travel to either Sri Lanka or Maldives for the time being.
On the other hand, England Cricket Board (ECB) confirmed that eight players including Jonny Bairstow, Jos Buttler, Sam Billings, Chris Woakes, Moeen Ali, Jason Roy, Sam and Tom Curran have arrived in the UK this morning and will begin 10-day quarantine in government-approved hotels. However, England skipper Eoin Morgan, Dawid Malan and Chris Jordan are still in India, but they’re expected to fly home soon.