ENG vs NED: 498 runs… England’s batsmen created chaos, made the biggest score of ODI

Scored 498 runs against England’s Netherlands

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The English batsmen made the biggest score in ODI cricket history, creating a ruckus against the Netherlands. 3 batsmen scored centuries for England.

England the Netherlands (England vs Netherland) History has been created in the first ODI match against The English batsmen made the biggest score in ODI cricket history by creating a furore. Batting first, England scored 498 runs for 4 wickets, which is a new world record in ODI cricket. english team broke his own world record of 481 runs. About 4 years ago, England made a world record in ODI cricket against Australia by scoring 481 runs for 6 wickets. The name of England has now become the record for the 3rd highest score in the history of ODI cricket.

Butler’s century in 47 balls

Philip Salt, David Malan and then Jos Buttler had a big hand in taking England to a record-breaking score. First Salt and Malan scored centuries. After this Butler came to the crease and scored a century in just 47 balls. Buttler scored an unbeaten 162 runs in 70 balls with the help of 14 sixes. At the same time, Liam Livingstone scored a half-century in 17 balls. He missed AB de Villiers’ record of half-century in 16 balls.

England scored 3 individual centuries for the first time

England scored 3 centuries in their innings after getting the first blow for one run in the form of Jason Roy. For the first time in the history of ODIs, England scored three individual centuries. Salt scored 122 runs in 93 balls, which included 14 fours and 3 sixes. While Malan scored 125 runs in 109 balls with the help of 9 fours and 3 sixes.

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Malan scored a century in ODI cricket for the first time. With this, he has become the third England batsman to score a century in all three formats. There was a wonderful partnership of 222 runs between both Salt and Malan. On the other hand, Livingstone played an unbeaten innings of 66 runs off 22 balls. English captain Captain Eoin Morgan’s bat could not work and golden duck was out.