The 16th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023 is currently in full motion, and Rajasthan Royals batter Jos Buttler has also returned. In the previous season of the IPL, Butter was the orange cap holder after scoring 863 runs in 17 matches.
In addition, the flamboyant English batter has continued where he left off in the current season. With 244 runs in six games, Jos Buttler is among the leading candidates for the orange cap this season. However, despite his outstanding performances on the field, the 32-year-old has received a great deal of criticism throughout the years.
Jos Buttler has recently come forward to discuss the same topic. He discussed the importance of blocking out external noise and accepting criticism as the result of experts doing their duties.
Buttler told Humans of Bombay on their YouTube series ‘How the Hell Did I Do It’
“Acceptance is a crucial factor. Accepting that the broadcaster pays an individual for their opinion. They are performing their duties. When they criticize me, this is not a personal offense. I also observe additional sports. I watch football and wonder how he could have missed that!So simple. People are doing precisely this when I miss a reception or go for a low score. I do the exact same thing unconsciously while viewing other sports. Just acceptance.”
Understanding what it was like to win the World Cup four years ago motivates you to do it again: Buttler
In his interview, Jos Buttler touched on a variety of topics. The English opener also discussed his team’s chances at the impending ODI World Cup, which is scheduled to take place in late 2023. England would enter the tournament as the defending champions, and the team would be eager to successfully defend their title in the upcoming competition.
“Knowing how it felt to win the World Cup four years ago motivates you to do it again. India is among the finest locations for playing cricket. So it will be massive. Once the IPL concludes, the focus will begin to shift to that. England has a large reservoir of talent. Since 2015, cricket has gone from strength to strength. We are a strong, balanced team. “We are looking forward to the tournament,” said Buttler.