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Former England Wicketkeeper Criticized Jos Buttler Know Why

Former England wicketkeeper Matt Prior caught Jos Buttler behind the wicket on the first day of the second Test of the ongoing Ashes series between Australia and England at the Oval in Adelaide on Thursday. Everyone is praising him for this. But on the very first day of the match, he dropped the catch of Australian batsman Marnus Labuschagne twice. In such a situation, former England wicketkeeper Matt Prior criticized Jos Buttler’s poor wicketkeeping.

Prior criticizes Jos Buttler’s poor wicketkeeping

Former England wicketkeeper Matt Prior slammed Jos Buttler’s poor wicketkeeping after batsman Marnus Labuschagne twice dropped catches during the first day of the second Ashes Test between Australia and England in Adelaide on Thursday.

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Buttler started the day brilliantly by taking a catch of Marcus Harris off Stuart Broad. But after that, Butler did poor wicketkeeping behind the wicket. Because he dropped the catch of Marnus Labuschagne for 21 and 95. Due to which Australia scored 221/2 by the end of the second day’s play.

Australia ends second day’s play

Actually, Butler started the first day brilliantly by taking the catch of Marcus Harris off Stuart Broad. But after that, he did poor wicketkeeping behind the wicket. Because he dropped the catch of Marnus Labushane for 21 and 95. Due to which Australia scored 221/2 by the end of the second day’s play. Labushane remained unbeaten on 95 at the end of the day’s play. He also shared a 172-run partnership for the second wicket with David Warner. Both these batsmen contributed significantly in getting the Kangaroo team back in the match, but Warner missed out on a century.

Former England wicketkeeper Matt Prior said,

“Buttler took an extraordinary catch of Marcus Harris at legside in the beginning, which was very difficult.” However, he added, “Buttler dropped Labushane’s first catch on a ball from Ben Stokes at legside when he was on 21. He then came straight to Labushane, who was playing James Anderson for 95. Catch dropped out of hand.” England’s troubles have increased due to these two lives. Because everybody knows what kind of batsman he is. He has scored 5 centuries in 20 test matches and has reached near the sixth century.

Butler did poor wicketkeeping

Buttler started the day brilliantly by taking a catch of Marcus Harris off Stuart Broad. But after that, Butler did poor wicketkeeping behind the wicket. Because he dropped the catch of Marnus Labuschagne for 21 and 95. Due to which Australia scored 221/2 by the end of the second day’s play.

Labuschagne played a brilliant unbeaten innings

Labuschagne remained unbeaten on 95. He also shared a 172-run partnership for the second wicket with David Warner. This was the pair’s sixth-century partnership in Test cricket. He further said Butler had left Labuschagne’s first catch on the leg side on a ball from Ben Stokes. When he was 21. After this, he dropped the straight-coming catch of Labuschagne, playing on 95 runs off James Anderson.

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