Watch: Jos Buttler Asks Adil Rashid And Moeen Ali To Leave Celebrations After World Cup Victory

By Daniel S

November 14, 2022

On 13 November 2022, England managed to win their second 20-20 World Cup title. They defeated Pakistan by five wickets in the final at the MCG. Jos Buttler managed to guide his team to glory on his first attempt at any major tournament. After the win, all the England players got involved in a celebration.

Jos Buttler and his men lifted the trophy and started to celebrate the moment. But, a video has gone viral where the England skipper was seen asking Adil Rashid and Moeenn Ali to stay out of the celebration. Fans found the same video amazing due to the reason behind such an action.

Here is the shared video:

Jos Buttler, Adil Rashid, and Moeen Ali were instrumental in this World Cup-winning campaign for India

Speaking of the video, it was seen that Jos Buttler and other players were waiting to celebrate the victory. Moeen Ali and Adil Rashid were also there with other teammates. But, Jos Buttler was seen asking both these players to step aside from the celebration. Seeing that, fans became surprised.

But, the real reason behind such an action left the fans amazed. Buttler asked Rashid and Moeen to step aside before the rest of the team started champagne celebrations. After the final, Jos Buttler decided to click a picture with the whole team at first. Then, he showed respect for the Islamic culture by asking Moeen Ali and Adil Rashid to step aside from the champagne celebrations. Fans found it amazing as they acknowledged the action from the England skipper before the celebration.  

Speaking of the final, Jos Buttler won the toss and asked Pakistan to bat first. The Men in Green scored 137 runs for eight wickets in 20 overs. Shan Masood scored 38 runs off 28 balls, including two fours and one six. In reply, England managed to chase down the target in 19 overs. Sam Curran took three wickets for 12 runs in his four overs. Thus, he won the player of the match award for his contribution in the final.