Rajasthan Royals’ tweet for Jos Buttler is winning hearts of India fans


A myth was penned at Lord’s tonight as India clinched a remarkable victory over the English, and it came after an endless seven years.


This venue has always been very intimate to the Indians. After Saurav Ganguly flailed his jersey frenetically in 2002, India penned a new chapter of resistance tonight that saw them waging a full-blown war to dismantle the hosts.

After losing Pant early on the day, India seemed to totter around the fringes of another overseas defeat. However, Shami and Bumrah had other plans, and their record-shattering ninth-wicket partnership completely changed the game’s complexion.


What seemed like a bare minimum lead for India to defend initially changed into a mammoth 272 to win for England. To make matters worse, the partnership of Shami and Bumrah struck gold again as they returned the opening pair of Sibley and Burns for naught.

India ripped through the top half of the English innings with some impeccable bowling, and Ishant Sharma stood out until then.

Things started oscillating slowly in favor of England when Moeen Ali and Jos Buttler squeezed their hearts out in the middle. Kohli introduced Siraj to bang the infringement, and the speedster got two in a row.


England continued to wobble, but in the end, it was Siraj who mopped up the tail to chronicle a historical victory at Lord’s. Buttler fought until the end, garnering 25 runs from 96 balls but fell to the Indian speedster as Rishabh Pant completed a safe take.

Rajasthan Royals’ tweet delights fans of India

The team posted a brilliant tweet that made Indians fall in love with the Pink army. The official Twitter handle of Royals read, “Aajnahi Jos Bhai,” which when translated reads “Not today, Jos.”

This tweet respected Buttler and underlined his brilliance while keeping the Indians enlivened with the spirit and the million-dollar victory.

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