ICC World Cup 2023: Jos Buttler’s calm response to bizarre ‘Broad, Anderson’ question breaks the internet | He watches – Magazine Creations

ICC World Cup 2023: Defending champions England will take on New Zealand in the opening match of the 2023 World Cup at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. England captain Jos Buttler does not take the title of defending champions lightly and stressed that England are “in exactly the same position as any other team”. In a press conference ahead of the opening match against New Zealand, Jos Buttler was faced with a strange question, but his calm response won the hearts of netizens.

During the press conference, a journalist asked Jos Buttler how England’s bowling would be affected by the absence of bowlers like James Anderson and Stuart Broad. Now, the only problem with the question is that James Anderson last played his ODI match in 2015 and plays only red-ball cricket for England. Likewise, Stuart Broad also played his last ODI match in 2016 and recently announced his retirement from all forms of the game.

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Although the question was not well researched, Jos Buttler responded to the journalist very calmly and claimed that England have a well-balanced team of fast bowlers and spinners.

“I think Jamie is still available for selection. He hasn’t played since 2015 and I don’t think Stewart has played either despite his retirement. Unfortunately, those two guys won’t be part of this tournament. But yes we have a really good side,” the England captain said. Fast bowlers, well balanced team.”

Empty stands for Eng vs NZ opening match

One of the unexpected things that happened during the opening match of the 2023 World Cup between England and New Zealand on Thursday was the lackluster response at the Narendra Modi Stadium. Most seats remained empty at the world’s largest cricket stadium, sparking outrage on social media that pointed to poor organisation.

In the first innings, the New Zealand bowlers seemed to be ahead of England’s bowlers as England’s top order was thrashed and after 28 overs, England were at 155/4.

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Updated: 05 October 2023, 04:15 PM IST


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