Video of Butler taking Hard Catches and Dropping Easy Catches in Ashes

Video of Butler taking Hard Catches and Dropping Easy Catches in Ashes

England vs Australia, 2nd Test (D/N), Adelaide, Dec 16 – 20 2021, The Ashes

Day 4 – England need 386 runs

An Unusually Happening Test Match for Butler: Jos Buttler has taken three spectacular catches in the Adelaide Test, including two off Marcus Harris, but sadly for England, he has soured it with some bad blunders dropping Marnus Labuschagne twice and then Steve Smith early on day four. The catches he has dropped have been remarkably easy, mostly the drills a wicketkeeper does every single day. With the bat, Butler has had a poor series yet, expect the first inning of the first test match. Butler had dominated the T20 Cricket this year, especially the T20 World Cup. It seems like he is having a difficult time with switching the batting mindset for the longest format of the game.

Root gets hit in the Groin: It was not a good day for English dignity. In a difficult situation and facing the prospect of Australia steadily driving home their advantage, the tourists initially came to field without their captain, Root requiring a scan after being hit in what the ECB euphemistically termed “the abdomen” while taking some throwdowns – this time not wearing a box. It all added to the sense that this Ashes tour is becoming yet another cock-up and balls story.

Marnus Labuschagne: “That’s the first I’ve heard of it. It’s a special feeling, but Bradman’s done and a couple of nicks and you right back down the pecking order. You can’t really think like that. I just think of trying to score as many runs as possible each innings to put us in positions to win games. The personal performances and accolades are nice but winning games is by far the most enjoyable part.”

Think it’s always a part of the game I’ve had, leaving the ball, that decision-making around off stump. In particular the majority of this innings I felt I left the ball quite well. I never really felt in, it was one of those wickets [where] you always felt like you were grinding away. Never felt like any of the runs I was making were easy.

If anything it’s harder. It’s harder to get a rhythm with the pink ball and every game is so different. We played against Pakistan and the wicket had a bit less grass so it was a bit flatter, played here last summer against India and it was quite two-paced. Then this game, there’s a bit more grass and it felt like it was seaming all day when they put the ball in the right area. You didn’t know where your run was going to come from.”

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Avishkar Govardhane is a Sports Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News covering the latest Cricket News.

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