Jos Buttler
Men's ICC Player of the Month for November Is Jos Buttler.

After England had qualified for the knockout stages, Buttler smashed 80 runs off 49 balls as England chased 169 to win in the semi-final match against India.

English captain Jos Buttler, who led his team to victory in the T20 World Cup, received his first ICC Men’s Player of the Month award on Monday for his outstanding performance in the month of November. Thanks to her outstanding play in Pakistan’s ODI series victory over Ireland, Sidra Ameen was named the country’s Player of the Month for the second month in a row. Buttler, one of the most dangerous batsmen in cricket, won Player of the Match in the explosive 20-run win against New Zealand in Brisbane at the beginning of the month.

With a score of 73 off of 47 balls, the opener, who was making his 100th T20I appearance, gave England a much-needed boost in their bid to win the T20 World Cup.

After England had already qualified for the knockout stages, Buttler smashed 80 runs off 49 balls as England chased 169 to win the semi-final match against India.

England’s remarkable 10-wicket success in Adelaide was largely due to his record-breaking opening stand of 170 with Alex Hales.

Buttler scored 26 to help England win their second T20 World Cup, beating a Pakistani bowling attack that had previously beaten them.

“I’d want to express my gratitude to the ICC’s fans for selecting me as the month of November’s Player of the Month. Since I couldn’t have won the ICC men’s T20 World Cup in Australia without the help of my wonderful teammates, I’m incredibly honored to receive this recognition “This is what Buttler stated. “It was pretty special to lead a group of guys to the ultimate honor of becoming world champions, and it was certainly up there among the best months of cricket I’ve been involved in.” The women’s ODI series victory against Ireland in November was the deciding factor in Ameen’s award.

Starting the month with her greatest score in ODIs, a magnificent 176 not out, Ameen helped the hosts to a decisive 128-run victory in the first match and a total of 277 runs for the series.

The second ODI she played in resulted in a nine-wicket triumph, and she once again struck an unbeaten 91 from 93 balls.

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