The Australian bowlers triggered a Dutch batting collapse, setting the stage for a comfortable 309 victory against the Netherlands in the World Cup match at Delhi’s Arun Jaitley Stadium on October 25.
In a dominant display, Australia’s bowlers, spearheaded by Adam Zampa, orchestrated a dramatic Dutch batting collapse. This set the stage for an emphatic 309-run victory against the Netherlands. The Dutch side struggled, being dismissed for a mere 90 runs in just 21 overs.
Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood, and Pat Cummins each claimed one wicket, while Mitchell Marsh secured two, and Adam Zampa shone with four wickets, restricting the Netherlands to a total of just 90 runs.
In the first innings, Glenn Maxwell’s explosive performance was the highlight, as Australia amassed a formidable total of 399/8 in their allotted 50 overs against the Netherlands in New Delhi. Maxwell, joining the action late in the innings, stunned everyone by smashing a century in just 40 balls, making it the fastest century in 50-over World Cup history. His innings concluded at 106(44) when Logan van Beek dismissed him.
David Warner and Steve Smith laid a solid foundation for Australia after winning the toss and opting to bat first. Warner and Smith assumed control from the outset, even though Australia lost Mitchell Marsh in the initial powerplay. Warner continued his exceptional form by notching up back-to-back centuries before departing for 104(93). Together with Smith, they added 132 runs for the second wicket before Warner fell to a spectacular low catch by Roelof van der Merwe, having scored 71(68). Marnus Labuschagne also contributed with a crucial 62 off 47 balls.
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Last Updated on October 25, 2023
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