Jos Buttler
Jos Buttler. (Photo: Twitter)

England’s Jos Buttler broke MS Dhoni’s record in the recently ended ODI series against the Netherlands on Wednesday, leaving the Three Lions in the dust.

The England team, led by Buttler, thrashed the Netherlands in the third ODI to finish the series whitewash of the European side.

Jos Buttler
Jos Buttler (image: Twitter)

Jos Buttler of England tortured the Netherlands in the recently ended One Day International (ODI) series after winning the 2022 season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) with Sanju Samson’s Rajasthan Royals (RR). In the third ODI on Wednesday, Buttler led England to a resounding victory over the Netherlands. In addition to outplaying MS Dhoni in a match against the Orange Army, Butter set a new record for white-ball cricket.

NED vs ENG: England's Jos Buttler Breaks MS Dhoni's ODI Record Against The Netherlands
Jos Buttler
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In the third ODI against the Netherlands, stand-in team captain Buttler hit five sixes and seven fours in enjoyable innings for the Eoin Morgan-less side. Buttler has moved to the top of the special list of wicketkeepers after demonstrating his six-hitting prowess in the third ODI. Buttler of England now holds the record for most sixes hit as a wicketkeeper in an ODI series.

Jos Buttler smoked 19 sixes in the Netherlands:

In the Netherlands ODI series, Buttler hit 19 sixes. Former Indian captain MS Dhoni is now ranked second among elite wicketkeepers. Dhoni had 17 against Sri Lanka in an ODI series in 2005. Dhoni is accompanied by AB de Villiers, who hit 16 sixes in a 2015 series against the West Indies. In terms of the game, Buttler delivered a captain’s knock in the final ODI of England’s bilateral series against the Netherlands.

MS Dhoni. Photo Twitter
MS Dhoni. Photo Twitter

In the third ODI at the VRA Cricket Ground, Amstelveen, England defeated the European team after being asked to chase down the 245-run mark in the 50-over match. Jos Buttler hit 86 off 64 balls and Jason Roy struck an unbeaten 101 off 86 balls. In just 30.1 overs, England finished the run chase.

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