The Match That Made Jos Buttler | A Star Is Born With Blistering Century At Lord’s | Eng v SL 2014

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Jos Buttler walked to the crease with England hanging by a thread at 111-5 against Sri Lanka. What followed shows why Buttler is likely to go down as one of England’s greatest ever white ball cricketers.

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