Jos Buttler scored a brilliant 89 on Day 2 of the fifth and final Test against India at The Oval in London that rescued England from 198 for 7 and helped the hosts to post 332 on their first chance. Jos Buttler has had a solid performance in the series, scoring 349 runs at an average of 43.62, including a century and two half centuries. After another brilliant show, Jos Buttler revealed his mantra for batting in the test cricket.
"Just try to summarize the situation and play accordingly," Buttler said while quoting www.icc-cricket.com.
Since the England Ranger hitter made his comeback Test against Pakistan at Lord's in early this year, he has scored 510 runs with an average of 51. The man back has scored a century and four fifties this year.
Buttler said he does not mind hitting with the tail.
"Beat where I do, when you start to hit with the tail, I feel quite comfortable going to that mode (starting slow and then changing gear)," he said.
In limited format, Buttler has been seen in a more aggressive approach. However, Buttler said he had molded his game to meet the needs of the longer format.
"People have told me:" Oh, you should play like you do in the white-ball cricket in red-ball cricket. "I've never seen him like that before," Buttler said.
"I never felt comfortable just going out and playing shots – for any batter, you're always reviewing your decision ball by ball, it's about being respectful of the situation and playing accordingly," the 28-year-old said. old saying.