England have secured their place in the top two in the ICC Cricket World Cup Super League standings with a comfortable six-door victory over the Netherlands on Sunday (June 19th). With the kind assistance of the victory, England won an undisputed 2-0 lead in all three – a series of matches against the Dutch team.
After a groundbreaking defeat in the first match of the ICC World Cup cricket Super League series against England, the Netherlands performed well in the second match. The Dutch team set a goal of 236 runs for visitors in the designated 41 overs. England took 36.1 overs to score the required runs at the expense of four gates.
Second England already have 115 points ahead of their name in the Super League. If they win the last ODI of the series, they will be able to snatch the top position from Bangladesh. Meanwhile, the Netherlands remains at the bottom of the standings with 25 points from 15 games.
Jason Roy shines in the second match of the Super League series of the ICC Cricket World Cup between England and the Netherlands
Scott EdwardsThe ’73 -ball 78 helped the Netherlands score 235 runs in its 41 overs after Dutch captain Peter Seelar won the throw and chose to strike first. Adil Rashid and David Willie scalps two doors to England.
Chasing 236 runes to win, England got off to a great start. Discoverers Jason Roy and Phil Salt registered for half a century, but both returned to the locker room before touching the three-digit mark. Roy smashed 60 balls 73, while Salt aggregated 77 escaped 54 balls.
Ioan Morgan and Liam Livingston lost their tickets cheaply, but David Malan and Moen Ali made an invincible partnership of 62 runs for the fifth goal to direct England home.
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