Joseph Charles Buttler
|Weight (approx.):||73 Kg|
|Eye Colour:||light blue|
|Date of Birth:||8 September 1990|
|Age (as on 2018):||27 years|
|Birth Place:||Taunton, Somerset, England|
|Zodiac sign/Sun sign:||Virgo|
|College:||King’s College, Taunton|
|Test:||27 July 2014 vs India in Southampton|
|ODI:||21 February 2011 vs Pakistan in Dubai|
|T20:||31 August 2011 vs India in Manchester|
|Jersey Number:||#63(England )|
#6(IPL, County Cricket)
|Domestic/State Team:||Somerset, England, Khulna Royal Bengals, England Lions, Melbourne Renegades, Lancashire, Mumbai Indians|
|Nature on field:||very aggressive|
|Likes to play against:||Australia|
|Favourite Shot:||Pull shot|
- He scored his Maiden ODI century off 61balls; it is the fastest century scored by an England batsman.
- He scored 85 runs in his test debut.
|Career Turning Point|
- In 2010, he scored 440 runs with a fighting fit average of 55 in the CB40 series. he also won the Young Wisden School Cricketer of the Year Award for his performance in 2010.
|Hobbies:||Playing tennis, football and squash|
|Favourite Batsmen:||Glenn McGrath|
|Favourite Bowlers:||Wasim Akram, Anil Kumble, Shane Warne, Muttiah Muralitharan, Glen McGrath|
|Favourite Cricket Ground:||Lord’s Cricket Ground in London|
|Favourite sports personalities:||NA|
|Favourite Food:||Porridge and spaghetti bolognese|
|Favourite Actors/Actresses:||Margot Robbie and Charlotte Coleman|
|Cars Collection:||Louise Webber|
|Girlfriends, Spouse and Children|
|IPL 11:||4.40 Crore|
|Lesser Known Facts|
- He was praised by his coach that he is a better cricketer than Ian Botham.
- He is a huge fan of Roger Federer and Mario Balotelli.
- He was awarded with the NBC Denis Compton Award in 2010 and 2011.
- He captained England in a T20 match vs. Pakistan, in 2015.
- He is well-known for his innovative and astonishing batting skills.
- There is no information about his smoking habits.
- He drinks alcohol.
- Buttler started taking cricket seriously at an early age.
- He made his first appearance in first-class cricket in 2009, by replacing injured, Justin Langer, who is now England’s national team coach.