NED vs ENG: Netherlands will be hosting England in the second ODI match on Sunday, June 19. Moreover, the game will be taking place at VRA Cricket Amsterdam in Amstelveen, Netherlands.
Netherlands are coming into this fixture after losing against England in the first ODI match on Friday. Netherlands went on to win the toss and they decided to have a bowl first.
England lost Jason Roy very early but after that, it was a carnage instilled by the batting lineup. Both Phil Salt and Dawid Malan put up a 222 runs partnership for the second wicket. England scored 498 runs in the fifty overs.
Netherlands were all out for 266 runs in the last over of the first match. And England won the game against Netherlands by a whopping 232 runs.
Jos Buttler went on to win the man of the match award for his carnage. Moreover, he scored 162 runs from 70 balls with a strike rate of 231.43.
Liam Livingstone went on to play a cracking inning in the first match on Friday. Moreover, he scored 66 runs from just 22 balls with a strike rate of 300.00.
NED vs ENG: Wasim Jaffer trolls Jason Roy and Eoin Morgan after flop show in first ODI
Former Indian cricketer Wasim Jaffer went on to troll Jason Roy and Eoin Morgan. This was after both failed to put up a mark in the first ODI against Netherlands.
It was a historic game for Netherlands as they created carnage on Netherlands. They went on to put a total of 498 runs with a loss of four wickets which is the highest score in the history of ODI cricket.
Eoin Morgan said, “It’s not something that we ever get sick of and it’s not something that we take for granted. It is amazing cricket, and it’s the reason he is probably the best white-ball cricketer in the world at the moment.
We keep trying to push the boundaries, keep trying to take the game forward and take the game on. Everyone who played today, we really stuck to that.
We’ll have to keep trying: it’s a tough thing to try and achieve, you have to play on a belting wicket and a small ground but the biggest thing, irrelevant of the score, is the mentality that we’re showing as a team and we keep trying to better that and be aggressive and brave when we play.”