IPL 2021: Jos Buttler's "Gangnam Style" Dance With Daughter Will Make Your Day. Watch
IPL 2021: Jos Buttler danced to the viral Psy track "Gangnam Style" with his daughter Georgia, and it's adorable.
- Jos Buttler was seen doing the "Gangnam Style" dance
- He was accompanied by his daughter Georgia, who recently turned two
- Rajasthan Royals fielding coach Dishant Yagnik also made an appearance
Amid the high-pressure matches and the fatigue and stress of living in bio-secure bubbles Indian Premier League (IPL) franchises are doing their best to ensure that their players and staff are having a good time off the pitch when not training. Families of players and staff have been an integral part of team exercises throughout the IPL 2021 season. Rajasthan Royals on Monday took to social media to share a hilarious clip of wicketkeeper-batsman Jos Buttler dancing to the famous Psy track "Gangnam Style" along with his daughter Georgia and RR fielding coach Dishant Yagnik.
Watch the Buttler shaking a leg here:
Georgia recently turned two years old and the Royals threw a grand party to celebrate. They had shared several amusing clips from the celebration, including David Miller's funny imitation of Jos Buttler's batting stance.
Georgia was also seen giving her father a helping hand while he was working out.
Buttler had a slow start to IPL 2021, failing to hit a half-century in the team's first six matches.
With the team missing experienced stars like Ben Stokes and Jofra Archer, the pressure was building on Buttler to deliver, and deliver he did in the Royals' last game against SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH).
Despite a relatively sedate start to his innings, he shifted through the gears and raced away to his maiden T20 century, as RR thrashed SRH by 55 runs in Delhi.
Buttler scored 124 off just 64 deliveries, smashing 11 boundaries and eight sixes.
Buttler and Royals captain Sanju Samson put on a 150-run partnership off just 82 deliveries as they set SRH a target of 221. SRH, playing under new captain Kane Williamson, failed to come close to the target, finishing at 165/8.