Netherlands vs England, 2nd ODI: Jason Roy, Phil Salt Star As England Beat Netherlands To Clinch Series


England took an unassailable 2-0 lead within the collection as they beat Netherlands by 6 wickets.© Twitter

England beat off a plucky assault by the Netherlands on Sunday to defeat the hosts by six wickets in a shortened 2nd one-day worldwide at VRA cricket floor exterior Amsterdam. The Netherlands received the toss and opted to bat, setting Eoin Morgan’s males a goal of 236-7 in 41 overs. Heavy rain in a single day delayed the beginning of the match with officers ready for moist patches to dry subsequent to the bat-friendly pitch and on the outfield.

Taking bat to ball for England, opener Phil Salt slapped 77 off 54 balls earlier than falling to Dutch teenager Aryan Dutt who additionally claimed the scalp of fellow opener Jason Roy.

Roy, who scored a single run in England’s file whole of 498 on Friday, redeemed himself by hitting 73 off 60 balls.

For the Dutch, newly-minted captain Scott Edwards tallied an admirable 78 earlier than being run out.


The win by the world champions give them an unassailable 2-0 lead within the collection, with the ultimate match to be performed on the similar venue on Wednesday.

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