Speaking of his declining form as the tournament reaches a crucial stage, the England striker told a pre-match press conference on Thursday: “Yes, it’s a crucial moment in the tournament and it’s is very exciting. That’s the best way to look at it. Whether races come or not, it’s important to me to stick to what I know and believe in, and play my brand of cricket. I started the tournament pretty well, but I didn’t score as many points as I would have liked to score late. But it is important for me to stay true to myself.
Speaking of the young talent on the side, Buttler tagged Dhruv Jurel And Yashasvi Jaiswal as “brilliant”.
“Dhruv is having a fantastic season and he was there with us even last year. His performance was fantastic and his mindset is brilliant. He plays fearlessly and hitting at No. 5, 6 and 7 is a tricky part in T20 cricket, but he’s been running pretty well,” Buttler said.
Speaking of Jaiswal, the England limited overs captain said he ‘occasionally’ tips him. “I share a great relationship with Yasasvi and he has an insatiable appetite to learn. And it’s not always that young people learn from older guys. Even older guys can watch young people and learn from them. “It’s a two-way relationship. The shots he has are fantastic and play with intensity. If he continues to do well, it will serve him well,” he added.