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Jos Buttler admits that he was under enormous pressure

Talal Dar - 05-02-2016 - View: 241

The English keeper says he was in middle after a long time as he scored century

Jos Buttler admits that he was under enormous pressure

The England Cricket Team Jos Buttler scored second consecutive century against South Africa in the first One-Day International (ODI) but he has revealed that he was under eneormous pressure because he was playing an International game after a long time.

Buttler had last played an ODI game against Pakistan in United Arab Emirates (UAE) few months back and then he was dropped from the Test team for the series against South Africa. Now he was in the middle again and started from where he had left months back.

The wicket-keeper batsman admitted that he had lots of practice but it was very different from the actual game and that increased pressure on him. He said that he was very careful when he started the innings as he was afraid but then he took some time to get settled.

Buttler said that when a batsman plays his first big shot and it works then he gets the confident which is very helpful. And he also revealed that they have got a team which has many players like him who challenge each other to do more so they score big.

England finished on 399/9 in 50 overs as Alex Hales, Jason Roy, Eoin Morgan, Joe Root, Ben Stokes and Buttler looked in great form but he also admitted that there will be a day when they would be pushing themselves to do more and will be bowled out for 280 in 40 overs.

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