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ENG vs NED: England’s batting again against Netherlands, achieved ‘huge’ target in just 36.1 overs

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ENG vs NED ODI Series: England batted once again and registered a victory against the Netherlands. In the ODI match played in Amstelveen on Sunday (June 19), England achieved the target of 236 runs in the 37th over itself. England opener Jason Roy was the ‘Player of the Match’. He scored 73 runs in 60 balls. With this win, England have taken an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match ODI series. Let us inform that in the first match of the series, England defeated Netherlands by 232 runs, making a huge score of 498 runs.

41-41 over match due to rain
The match started late due to rain. In such a situation, 9-9 overs of both the innings were reduced. Electing to bat after winning the toss, the Netherlands started poorly and the team lost its 3 wickets for 36 runs. After this, the middle order batsmen struggled and took the team to a good score. Ireland scored 235 for 7 in 41 overs, thanks to short innings from Bass de Leede (34), Teja Neidamanuru (28), Logan von Beek (30) and 78 runs from captain Scott Edwards.

England easily achieved the target
The target of 236 runs proved to be very small for the England batsmen. The innings of top order batsmen Jason Roy (73), Phil Salt (77), David Malan (36) made the target very easy. Moeen Ali also scored 42 runs in this match. In this way, England achieved this target in 36.1 overs losing 4 wickets.

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