Jose Butler had to get out of the crease to hit a six on the ball.Twitter
England’s white ball vice-captain Jose Butler It is in the form of life. After dreaming of an Indian Premier League season with the Rajasthan Royals, the wicket-keeper-batsman made an unbeaten 162 to mark the return to the national ring to give England a world record 498/4 ODI score in the first match against the Netherlands. Help build and then follow. An unbeaten 86 in the third game helped his team to a clean sweep of the series 3-0. During the third ODI at Amstelveen on Wednesday, Butler was once again in strong touch, hitting seven fours and five sixes in his 64-ball innings. Butler had a similar look on Wednesday, as did the Netherlands fast bowler Paul Van McRain With a second bounce off the pitch – a double bouncing delivery bowled – it did not stop the 31-year-old from chasing him and sending the ball into the stands.
The incident took place in the 29th over, when Butler was at his best. Macrin’s attempted bouncer did not go according to plan and the ball bounced off the pitch after the first bounce and came off the leg side outside the pitch. But Butler was quick to reach the ball and remove it.
See: Jose Butler’s six off the pitch against the Netherlands
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The ball was undoubtedly considered a nine-ball to pitch twice before reaching the batsman, and Butler hit another six on an incoming free hit.
Butler’s attack, along with it Jason RoyThanks to the incredible innings of 101 off 86 balls, England achieved the target of 245 runs in just 30.1 overs.
Butler, who scored 248 runs in three ODIs, was declared the man of the series.
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