GT vs RR: Rajasthan’s Jos Buttler said- It is important to stay without panic in the game, there is no harm in accepting it.
Forgetting your ego and standing still:-
He faced a problem in the first qualifier against Gujarat Titans but he said that sometimes forgetting his ego, he has to stick with it.
This season’s orange-capped Butler has 718 runs in 15 matches. In the first qualifier, he had problems initially and played 38 balls to score 39 runs. After this, making the next 50 runs in 18 balls took the Royals to 188 runs for six wickets.
GT vs RR: After losing the match by seven wickets, he (Jos Buttler) said in the press conference, “I wanted to stay. It was a big match for us and I wanted a big score.
I Don’t Get too nervous or upset:-
Sometimes you have to forget your ego. If the problem is coming then it is coming again. I don’t get too nervous or upset.
The opposing team wants me to panic and get out. I believed in myself and knew I would find my rhythm. Got a little late in this innings.”
GT vs RR: Royals (Rajasthan Royals) captain Sanju Samson’s innings of 47 runs in 26 balls took the pressure off Butler.
Sanju came and played these innings:-
He said, “There was trouble in the beginning but then Sanju came and played this innings. This took the pressure off me. I kept on playing and scored runs in the end.
GT vs RR: Now the Royals will have to play Royal Challengers Bangalore or Lucknow Super Giants in the second qualifier.
Butler said, “We are still in the tournament and we still have a chance. We are disappointed today but will do well in the next match.”