England’s new world record of 498 runs in 50 overs

England’s new world record of 498 runs in 50 overs

 

Fielders will be on the field

No, they had to hit the bushes outside the field to find the ball. Soylab social media Twitter in this picture.

One cricket fan jokingly tweeted, “It’s safe for Netherlands fielders to be off the field. What’s going on inside! ‘

What? Storms are less said. Run tornadoes, typhoons, cyclones, tidal waves আরও these are just some of the words that can be used today for England’s innings in the first ODI between England and the Netherlands at Amstelveen.

If you haven’t seen the match, the next question must be – why? Let’s face it. England have not sent a full force against the ICC’s ally. Not only that, it became the record of highest team collection in ODIs!

England batted first in the first match of the series against the Netherlands today and scored 496 runs for 4 wickets. Earlier in the ODIs, the record for highest team collection was held by England. In 2016, England scored 461 runs for 6 wickets against Australia in Nottingham.

Ewin Morgan’s team rewrote that record today. England holds the top four record for most ODI team collections. England have rewritten the record for most runs in List A cricket today.

England have changed their style of playing ODIs since the 2015 World Cup

Today, Joss Butler and David Malan wrote a new history in that series.

Three-three centuries in one innings! Butler, Malan and opener Phil Salt, who went down to play the fourth ODI, picked up the centuries. Butler was the most destructive. Butler played an innings of 162 runs off 60 balls with 14 sixes and 6 fours. Phil Salt made 122 off 93 balls with 3 sixes and 14 fours. Malan made 125 off 109 balls with 3 sixes and 9 fours. In the end, Liam Livingstone would have broken the record for the fastest half-century in ODIs.

Livingstone also hit a half-century off 16 balls with six sixes and six fours off 22 balls. The record for the fastest half-century in ODIs is held by AB de Villiers, 18 balls against the West Indies. Despite not being able to touch it, Livingstone set the record for the fastest half-century in ODIs for England.Another record of the Proteas legend has survived for a while.

De Villiers also holds the record for the fastest 150 runs in ODIs

He set the record in 2014 with 74 balls against the West Indies. Butler reached the 150-run milestone off 75 balls and could not hold back for a while.

At the end of 48 overs, England’s collection was 460 for 4. At that time, it seemed that 500 runs would be seen for the first time in ODIs. Thirty runs in the last two overs was not impossible in the way England batted hard throughout the innings! Butler-Livingstone was also on the wicket.

Unfortunately, 6 runs in the 49th over and 21 runs in the 50th over did not see five hundred. But the tide of revolution in ODI cricket, courtesy of England, is what it was, or less!

However, England did not start well. The visiting team was in danger of losing opener Jason Roy in 1.3 overs. Interestingly, Roy was dismissed by his ‘cousin’ Shane Snyder. The South African-born Roy was bowled by a Zimbabwe-born snatcher. Whatever he is, the run foyer has started since then.

In the second wicket, Salt and Malan put on 222 runs off 160 balls. Butler-Malan put on 184 off 90 balls for the third wicket after being salted out. Butler-Livingstone’s run-scoring momentum for the fifth wicket was even faster with an unbeaten 91 * off 632 balls.

It is difficult to keep an eye on the bowling statistics of Netherlands bowlers. No one has scored less than 6 runs per over. Dutch leg-spinner Philippe Boiseven is wicketless with 106 runs in 10 overs.

England have made Boiseven four in the list of the most expensive bowling in ODIs!

Brenda Hoyt

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