RR vs GT: Others Should Watch And Learn From Him: Yuvraj Singh Backs Jos Buttler For His Sportsmanlike Behavior


In cricket, Yuvraj Singh referred to Jos Buttler as a “gentleman.” Buttler was praised by Singh for his sportsmanship during the IPL 2022 match between Rajasthan Royals and Gujarat Titans, which took place at DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai on Wednesday.

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Yuvraj Singh said that Butler’s other teammates were also asked to learn from the RR opener, according to Singh.

Jos Buttler. Photo-IPL

Buttler used a slide to keep the ball from crossing the line. The event occurred in the GT innings’ 12th over. Hardik Pandya, the Gujarat captain, pulled Jimmy Neesham’s short ball. Butler attempted to halt the ball’s progress. He did, however, come into contact with the rope in the process.
Butler immediately instructed on-field umpires to consult the third umpire to determine if the save was clean or a boundary. Buttler’s back leg was found to have hit the boundary rope during the replay, and it was called four.

Butler’s sportsmanship was praised by Yuvraj Singh:

Butler’s effort and sportsmanship were praised by the Indian all-rounder. Yuvraj Singh wrote on Twitter,

“We still have gentleman in the game of cricket !!! @josbuttler 👏🏽 other players should learn from him specially team mates !!! #IPL2022 #RRvGT”

Gujarat Titans defeated Rajasthan Royals by 37 runs in today’s match. GT batted first and scored 192 runs in 20 overs, losing four wickets. Hardik Pandya, the GT captain, smashed 87 runs off 52 balls. Pandya and Abhinav Manohar put on an 86-run partnership for the fourth wicket. Yuzvendra Chala, Ryan Parag, and Kuldeep Sen each grabbed a wicket for RR. Mathew Wade, the GT’s first-round pick, got run not.

Gujarat Titans (GT) captain Hardik Pandya led from the front in what was the perfect game for him against the table-toppers, Rajasthan Royals (RR) on Thursday.

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