Jos Buttler was trying to be inventive to hit Sodhi out of his lines. However, he missed the reverse sweep this time and got struck in front of the stumps. The in-form opener departed for 29 and took a review with him. It was a prized scalp for New Zealand, which brought together the left-handed pair of Moeen Ali and Dawid Malan, who has hit four pleasing cover-drives to ensure the momentum isn't stalled at all. Kane Williamson turned to the offspin of Glenn Phillips but it's a move that didn't quite pay dividends, with the part-timer leaking 11 off his first over.
HUGE WICKET! ☝— Sky Sports Cricket (@SkyCricket) November 10, 2021
Buttler (29) is lbw to Sodhi on the reverse sweep and the decision is upheld on review – that's massive for #NewZealand! #England 53-2 #T20WorldCup
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