The England batter strengthened his grip on the Orange Cap with another splendid knock. His century knock included 8 sixes and the same number of fours. His knock eventually ended up at the score of 116 off 65 balls.
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Buttler, who added 115 runs for the opening wicket with Devdutt Padikkal, reached his century off just 57 balls.
He leaped and punched in the air in joy soon after scoring his second successive century of this season and fourth overall.
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Earlier, Buttler scored a century against Kolkata Knight Riders on Monday, his second ton of the season. Buttler hit his first ton of the season against Mumbai Indians.
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“He’s been excellent, the best T20 opener in the world,” said RR coach Kumar Sangakkara after Buttler’s century against KKR. “We are very lucky to have him. He’s been batting really well, really deep into the innings. Not just about the powerplay. And that’s why he’s got the Orange Cap.”
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