T20 World Cup 2022: Buttler Asks Muslim Players to Step Aside before Alcohol Celebration

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England captain’s Jos Buttler showed a classy act after T20 World Cup victory by asking his Muslim teammates, Moeen Ali and Adil Rashid, to step aside before champagne celebration.


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The England team became 2-time T20 World Cup champions after they defeated Pakistan in the final on Sunday. 

As the celebrations began, Buttler is praised for asking both Ali and Rashid to step aside before champagne celebrations out of respect for their religion, Cricket World.

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T20 World Cup 2022: Buttler Asks Muslim Players to Step Aside before Alcohol Celebration - About Islam

Following Buttler’s gesture, the two cricketers left the stage and only rejoined their teammates after the champagne celebration was over.

Notably, Eoin Morgan had also come up with a similar gesture during England’s celebrations after their 2019 World Cup triumph at Lord’s, London.


The gesture has been widely praised on social media.

Islam takes an uncompromising stand in prohibiting intoxicants. It forbids Muslims from drinking or even selling alcohol.

The general rule in Islam is that any beverage that get people intoxicated when taken is unlawful, both in small and large quantities, whether it is alcohol, drugs, fermented raisin drink or something else.


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