Watch: ‘Big Auction coming up…’ – Jos Buttler Sledges Cameron Green In Context Of Indian T20 League Auction

By Daniel S

November 18, 2022

On 17 November 2022, Australia and England locked horns in Adelaide in the first game of the three-match ODI series. England came to this series after winning the 20-20 World Cup. On the other hand, Australia came to this series after a disappointing 20-20 World Cup campaign. However, 50-over World Cup is going to happen in 2023.

Therefore, both teams were looking for a positive start in this series. But, the visitors failed to show their class as the Aussies defeated them with ease. But, a funny incent occurred during Australia’s innings where the England skipper Jos Buttler was seen sledging the Aussie batter, Cameron Green in the context of the upcoming Indian T20 League auction. Fans found the incident interesting and they made the video viral.

Here is the shared video:

Jos Buttler scored 29 runs with the bat while Cameron Green scored 20* runs in the first ODI in Adelaide

Speaking of the video, the incident took place during the 41st over of Australia’s innings. Cameron Green was batting along with Steven Smith for the Aussies. For England, Liam Dawson was bowling. On the third delivery of that over, Green wanted to hit the ball out of the park. So, he came down the track but Green completely mistimed it.

Then, from behind the stumps, Buttler said: “Good to see someone playing a shot, Daws!” On the very next delivery, Green showcased a front-foot defense to block the ball. Then, Buttler said: “Ohhhh! Chasing the ink, chasing the ink, Daws! Big auction coming up, Daws!” Hearing that, fans loved the sledging by the England skipper to Cameron Green. Based on his recent performances, Green might go big in the upcoming mini-auction of the Indian T20 League.

Speaking of the match, England batted first and scored 287 runs for nine wickets in 50 overs. Dawid Malan scored 134 runs off 128 balls, including 12 fours and four sixes. The England skipper scored 29 runs off 34 balls, including two fours. In reply, Australia chased the target down in 46.5 overs. Cameron Green remained not out on 20 runs off 28 balls while chasing.