Born: on 8 September 1990 (age 28)
National Team: England
Height: 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)
Batting: Right-handed batsman
Playing Role: Batsman and Wicket-keeper
Last Test: 9 February 2019 v West Indies
Competence Test ODI FC LA
Matches Played 31 142 95 213
Scored 1,722 3,843 4,593 6,009
Batting Avg 35.87 40.88 33.04 44.84
100s&50s 1/14 9/20 5/29 11/36
Best score 106 150 144 150
Catches&stumpings 68/0 171/31 184/2 223/36
Joseph Charles (know as Jos Buttler) is an English international cricketer and vice-captain of the England cricket team. A tall and well-built player, Joseph Buttler first grabbed headlines when, as a 19-year old, he had a terrific 2010 season with Somerset. His aggressive batting helped him score 440 runs in the 40-overs domestic tournament at a staggering average of 55.00. He was named the Young Wisden School Cricketer of the Year in the very same year. A capable wicket-keeper, he is one of the cricket ball’s cleanest hitters. He was also an integral part of the England Under-19 team in the winter of 2009-10, his first appearance against the Bangladeshi Under-19s in a Twenty20 encounter.
In 2011, Buttler got a surprise call for England’s T20I team to face India at Old Trafford, Manchester, in their one-off Twenty20 International. He produced his ODI debut in Dubai against Pakistan a year later. At first he was in and out of the side, but Buttler came out with flying colors once he had a suitable run. He scored a 61-ball ODI hundred at home to showcase his skills against Sri Lanka. It was an English player’s fastest ODI hundred before he broke that record himself in 2015, scoring a 46-ball tone against Pakistan. He produced his Test debut against India, stamping with an 85 on his authority. His shape, however, plunged into the catastrophic campaign of the 2015 World Cup in England.