Ben Stokes’ aggressive beating has embarrassing effect on bowlers and England captain Joss Butler would like his all-around prime minister to wear this uniform for the Rajasthan Royals in the Indian Premier League.
Stokes was promoted in the first two ODIs and roared back to form in the second outing, breaking 99 with 10 sixes.
“He is a scary person to be bowled for and let this form continue tomorrow, and as a colleague Rajasthan Royal (teammate) in IPL, “said the 30-year-old door keeper on the eve of the series that decided a third ODI against India.
Butler was very impressed with Stokes’ number 3 run and how he has developed as a player over the past few years.
“He (Stokes) had a few (innings) and his World Cup final (80 odds) was pretty good. But we all know the talent that Ben has. I feel like his wadding has been improving over the last few years and go to another level and we’ve seen it in all formats. “
The skipper was not surprised that Stokes did as well as he fought at number 3.
“It was impressive to watch Ben (Stokes) always want to fight. He’s involved in the game as much as he can. It was fantastic to watch and it was no surprise that he played so well in that position,” Butler told a virtual pre-match press conference. before the third ODI.
The skipper said that with so many options available, it was just a fact that all players would like to pay for as many deliveries as possible.
“And the same questions are asked, where should I fight, where should Johnny (Beirstow) fight, at the moment we have a rich talent in white ball cricket and (there are) a lot of guys who want to face the balls possible “So it’s not surprising that Ben played so well. It’s good for the headache to be in charge of the guys in charge of him,” he said when asked if Stokes could beat a drop in the T20.