England's Jos Buttler all praises for Rohit Sharma for his batting performance
England's Jos Buttler all praises for Rohit Sharma for his batting performance

Due to the out break of corona virus the scheduled events has been postponed without any announcement. Due to this many sports personalities steps into social media to entertain peoples.

England former batsman Kevin Pietersen perform actively in Instagram where he Interviewed Indian skipper Virat Kohli through Instagram live. Where Virat Kohli reveals his favourite batsman pair in Indian team as well as in IPL format and left cricket fans in shock.

Jos Buttler’s live session

Talking during an Instagram live session on Rajasthan Royals page, England wicketkeeper-batsman Jos Buttler heaped praises for Indian opener Rohit Sharma.

The English player termed the ‘Hitman’ as a flawless cricketer who scores big runs with ease.”Rohit Sharma I think is an awesome player. Effortless. Quite a lot of Indian players have that awesome style,” Buttler said.

In the 2019 World Cup, the Indian vice-captain scored the highest runs including five centuries, the most by any batsmen in the single edition of the tournament. He accumulated 648 runs at an average of 81.00 in nine games.

“One of the things I have seen with Rohit is that if he gets in, he scores big runs and really affects the game. He must have scored 4-5 hundreds in the World Cup last year,” Buttler said.

“The effortless nature in which he can take players down; he is a really good player with the short ball as well,” he added.

Talking about the change of approach of bowlers towards the Mumbai Indians skipper Buttler said, “It’s not really the case now, but I think a few years ago people used to attack Indian players with the short ball but Rohit smashes them. Then you go fuller and he smashes them right down the ground.

“He has been fantastic for a long time and I just like the way he bats and the effortless nature in which he takes people down,” he added.

The English player who would be seen in action playing for Rajasthan Royals, however, due to the coronavirus pandemic, no sporting events are taking place.