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England world record score vs Netherlands, scorecard, result, highlights, ODI, Jos Buttler

England have won 232 races in Amsterdam on Friday, beating Britain 5-498 in one day.

Ion Morgan’s side won their first game of three consecutive 6-481 games against Australia at Trent Bridge in 2018.

Jose Butler, who finished the race in 162, stole just 47 tackles – he lost his place in the fast-paced English era with one ball – and Phil Salt and David Malan scored three.

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“This is a very exciting time for us,” said Butler, who played under the blue sky cricket field outside Amsterdam after the match.

“Obviously I’ve tried to support more of my six-pointer than I have in the last few years. I try to hit more than six … and that was the plan today,” But Butler said, as officials rushed to get the ball to the spectacular cricket field with seven of his six children.

Lim Livingston hit No. 6, the fastest second in the history of English ODI history with 17 balls – the second fastest ever.

In all, the Netherlands went 266. Scott Edwards scored 72 goals unbeaten.

Salt beat Dutch right-back midfielder Shen Snater six times and England made it clear.

His right hand is throwing a short ball into a deep midwife, delighting its fans to land on the ropes.

Although he was already nervous about the salt in the game, the Netherlands – who surprisingly chose to enter the field after winning the race – dropped him to 40th in the Base de Lide bowling.

“You can’t throw the best bats in the world,” said Dutchman Celar, who has won several field trips. “I’m not saying it would be a completely different game, but it may not be at 498,” he said.

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The Dutch captain said: “I think we are angry. When Jason Roy came in with a soccer player from Snater, England lost the previous wicket and had to take a single walk.

With Stam Malan, he made 222 partners before catching the salt in 122, cutting in a slow short ball from Logan van Beck.

Then, in 184, Malan and Butler drove England together. Malan fell to 125 and took over completely from Dutch captain Celar and entered the midwife waiting for Bass de Lide.

Malan had previously been linked with a bowling alley at Dutch captain Bowling, but was relieved after his first decision was overturned by a third judge.

The left-hander broke three, six and nine games and became the third Englishman to score a hat-trick in all three formats, after Butler and Heather Knight.

In the end, it was Batler who taught the youngsters in the Netherlands to bathe, hitting seven, six and four innings on record day.

But after the victory, Morgan remained humble.

“We do not take such days for granted. We have worked incredibly hard to earn a living, ”Morgan said.

The Netherlands saved 266 – one day at the World Cup.

Vicket keeper Scott Edwards, the top scorer, created a spirit of partnership with Selar in 59 races, before the 72-year-old was captured by David Willie.

Max O’Donoghue has scored 55 out of 55 balls, six in four and two in six – including a crack in the media.

But English bowlers, especially veteran Spinner Moin Ali, have turned their backs on the Netherlands, who lost three wickets at regular intervals with three wickets and two wickets.

Sam Koran and Res Topley each asked for two skins.

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