England vs NED: Jesse Roy’s century helps England clean sweep Netherlands in ODI series
Jason Roy And jose butler Thanks to his brilliant innings, England won the third and last ODI against the Netherlands by 8 wickets. England won the series 3-0. Batting first, Netherlands scored 244 runs. The team was all out in five balls. England has This target was achieved in just 30.1 overs for the loss of two wickets. Netherlands set a target of 245 runs for victory and clean sweep in the third and final match of the ODI series. England had already taken an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series. Netherlands captain Scott Edwards scored 64 runs in 72 balls. He scored 78 runs in the second ODI on Sunday. Max Odd (50) and Bass de Leed (56) also scored fifties.
England set a world record by scoring 498 for four during their win in the first ODI last week. David Willey conceded four for 36 in 8.2 overs, including the last wicket of Paul van Meeckeren. Netherlands were bowled out for four in their stipulated 50 overs.
England easily achieved the target
England scored 248 for two in 30.1 overs. Buttler, who replaced the injured Eoin Morgan, hit seven fours and five sixes during his innings. Chasing the target, England lost the wickets of Phil Salt (49) and David Malan in three balls.
But Roy and Butler made an unbroken partnership of 163 runs in 125 balls to give the team an easy victory. England scored 248 for two in 30.1 overs. Buttler, who replaced the injured Eoin Morgan, hit seven fours and five sixes during his innings. England set a world record by scoring 498 for four during their win in the first ODI last week.
Butler has been named captain in place of Morgan.
England captain Eoin Morgan was ruled out of the third ODI due to a groin injury. Jos Buttler was replaced by Morgan. Morgan has also failed to open an account in the last two matches, raising questions about his future as England’s ODI captain.