England star wicket-keeper & batsman Jos Buttler has all praises for India’s opener batsman Rohit Sharma. Praising his batting skills Jos Buttler said that Rohit Sharma is a flawless batsman who can score big scores effortlessly with ease.
England’s Wicketkeeper-batsman Jos Butler garland praises on India’s opener batsman Rohit Sharma and termed him flawless cricketer who can score big scores with ease. “Rohit Sharma according to me is an outstanding player. He is effortless. Only a few Indian players have that awesome style as that of Rohit Sharma”, said Jos Buttler during an Instagram live session on Rajasthan Royals Franchise official page.
Rohit Sharma is the Indian cricketer who scored highest runs in the 2019 World Cup including five whopping centuries, the majority century that any other batsman has made in a single edition of the tournament. He accumulated 648 runs at an average of 81.00 in nine games.
“One of the major distinctive traits of Rohit Sharma is that he truly gets into the game and he scores big runs which really affects the statistics of the game. He must have scored 4-5 centuries in the World Cup last year which is a record in itself”, Buttler said. “So effortlessly he takes the players down makes him a good player in the short ball as well”, Buttler added.
Discussing whether the approach of bowlers has changed towards the Indian batsmen, Buttler answered, “It’s not the case as of now, but I think in a few years ago people used to attack the Indian players with the short ball but Rohit smashes them completely. Then you throw him fuller bowls and he smashes them also right down on the ground”. “He has proved himself a fantastic player for a long time cricket and I like the way he bats and his effortless nature in which he takes the people down”, Jos Buttler further added.
In the IPL league, Rohit Sharma is an integral part of the IPL franchise Rajasthan Royals but due to the increasing spread of COVID-19, it is likely to be suspended till further notice.
Jos Buttler has helped in the fight against the COVID-19 Pandemic by raising 65,000 pounds by auctioning his ‘very special’ World Cup Final T-shirt and contributing in the fight against COVID-19.