‘Rohit was…’: Buttler issues huge statement ahead of IND vs ENG T20 WC clash | Cricket

England skipper Jos Buttler will marshal his troops when former world champions tackle Rohit Sharma-led Team India within the second semi-final of the T20 World Cup 2022. Under the management of Buttler, the Three Lions completed second in Group 1 to enter the knockout stage of the showpiece occasion. Buttler, who’s Rajasthan Royals’ (RR) weapon of mass destruction within the Indian Premier League (IPL), recalled enjoying underneath the management of veteran opener Rohit within the cash-rich match.

For the unversed, the Englishman was picked by Rohit’s Mumbai Indians (MI) because the wicketkeeper-batter made his IPL debut on the Wankhede Stadium in 2016. Former MI star Buttler scored a 2-ball duck in his debut sport on the IPL. Speaking ahead of England’s assembly with the Rohit-led facet, Buttler shared his views in regards to the sturdy management model of Team India’s all-format captain.

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“They are a brilliant team and Rohit Sharma is a brilliant captain who I think has asked them to play more positively and with more freedom. I was a bit young in my IPL journey, but tactically I thought he was very good, making good decisions but not always the obvious ones,” Buttler informed Sunday Times previous to the semi-final match between India and England on the T20 World Cup.

One of the main run-getters within the historical past of T20I cricket, Rohit is essentially the most profitable captain in home cricket’s largest extravaganza – the IPL. Veteran Indian opener Rohit can be the most-capped participant within the historical past of the T20 World Cup. “He has that sense of calm when everything around him is going on at a million miles an hour. A bit like when he bats, he makes it look pretty effortless,” he added.

Rohit-led Team India picked up 8 factors from 5 matches within the Super 12 stage of the T20 World Cup. With a win over England within the second semi-final of the showpiece occasion on the Adelaide Oval, the 2007 world champions can enter their third T20 World Cup ultimate on Thursday.

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