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Butler broke this big record of Dhoni, Mahi’s reign lasted for 17 years

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England clean sweep the Netherlands in the three ODI series. Jos Buttler scored the highest 248 runs in the series. He was also adjudged Player of the Series…

The England cricket team has made a clean sweep of the Netherlands in the ODI series at their home. The visiting English team won the three ODI series 3-0. The hero of this series was captain and wicketkeeper batsman Jos Buttler, who has scored the most runs in the series.

With this, Butler has also broken a 17-year-old record of former Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Actually, this record is for hitting most sixes as a wicketkeeper in an ODI series. Butler is now two sixes ahead of Dhoni.

Dhoni made the record against Sri Lanka in 2005

Actually, Buttler has scored the highest 248 runs in the three ODI series against the Netherlands. During this, he has hit a total of 19 sixes. Whereas 17 years ago i.e. in 2005, Dhoni had scored a total of 17 sixes in the ODI series against Sri Lanka. In this way, Butler has broken Dhoni’s record as a wicketkeeper.

De Villiers could not even break Dhoni’s record

Now Jos Buttler has become the player to hit the most sixes in an ODI series as a wicketkeeper. In this case, Dhoni has reigned for 17 years. After these two, former South African wicketkeeper AB de Villiers (16) and Jos Buttler (14) are at number four in this matter.

Wicketkeeper with most sixes in an ODI series

19 Six – Jos Buttler ?vs Netherlands, (2022)
17 Six – Mahendra Singh Dhoni vs Sri Lanka, (2005)
16 Six – AB de Villiers vs West Indies, (2015)
14 Six – Jos Buttler vs West Indies, (2019)

Chris Gayle tops the overall list

If we talk about the overall players, then West Indies star player Chris Gayle is on top in this matter. Called Universal Boss, Gayle has scored the most number of sixes in an ODI series with 39 sixes. He achieved this feat in the ODI series against England in his own home during 2018-19.

Disclaimer: This story is auto-aggregated by a computer program and has not been created or edited by Prachand.in. Publisher: Aajtak News

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