Jos Buttler confirmed as England’s new white-ball captain

Jos Buttler confirmed as Captain
Jos Buttler confirmed as Captain

Jos Buttler confirmed as Captain: The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) said on Thursday that Jos Buttler has been appointed as the new captain of England’s limited overs teams.

Jos Buttler was named as the New England white-ball captain by the country’s cricket board on Thursday. The 31-year-old will replace Eoin Morgan, who retired from international cricket earlier this week. Butler has been an integral part of England’s white-ball teams for over a decade. He made his T20I debut in 2011 and made his first appearance for the Three Lions in the 50-over format the following year. Jos Buttler confirmed as Captain!

Buttler has been the vice-captain since 2015 and has the experience of leading the team on the last 14 occasions (9 ODIs and 5 T20Is). The wicketkeeper-batsman has represented England 151 times in ODIs, scoring 4120 runs at an average of 41.20, including 10 centuries. He also has a stellar record in the shorter format, where he has earned 88 caps and scored 2140 runs at a strike-rate of 141.20.

Butler is one of only three England cricketers to have scored a century in every format of the game. David Malan and Heather Knight are the other two England cricketers to have achieved this feat. Jos Buttler confirmed as Captain!

“I would like to extend my sincere thanks and gratitude to Eoin Morgan for his outstanding leadership over the past seven years. This has been the most memorable period for everyone involved. He has been an inspirational leader, and it has been wonderful to play under There are many things that I have learned from him that I will play this role.

“It is a great honor to take over from Eoin, and the place he has left English white-ball cricket is exciting, and I look forward to the challenges ahead.

“The white-ball squads have excellent strength, and I look forward to leading the teams for the series against India next week and against South Africa in July.

Butler was quoted as saying by an official, “It is the greatest honor to captain my country, and when I’ve had the opportunity to step into the past, I love doing it. I can’t wait to take this team forward.” can.” ECB issued statement. Jos Buttler confirmed as Captain!