Buttler said he is confident in all future matches after World Cup
England vice captain Jos Buttler believes no future cricket matches will faze him after his team won the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 on July 14. The host nation beat New Zealand in the Super Overs of the finals at Lord’s Cricket Ground.
“I can't believe what has happened but it's nice to wake up and know it did," said Buttler. “I don't think anything will faze me again. I don't think I'll ever care about anything ever again. I don't really care what happens now in my career."
Buttler continued that it has been an incredible journey for his team after they were quickly knocked out of the 2015 Cricket World Cup.
“We were laughing about the fact that four years of work came down to one ball," stated Buttler. “Four years and then it's one ball... can we get a run-out? It justifies everything we have done for four years to get to this point. It's an incredible journey.”
“At the end I remember that 10 seconds of just running around, the atmosphere is something that will live with me forever. It's all right when you're in the middle because it's what you know -- catch a ball, smash the stumps -- but the consequences are obviously quite a lot larger."
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