The Netherlands, which gave rise to the incident after defeating South Africa in the World Cup, were all out for just 90 runs after going down to bat against the target of 400 runs given by Australia in their fifth match. And Australia won by 309 runs. As a result of this victory, Ajira won a hat-trick in the current World Cup.
The Dutch had to suffer the biggest defeat in World Cup history. With that, Australia made a new history in the World Cup by beating the Netherlands by a huge margin of 309 runs. The previous big win in the World Cup was 275 runs. That record was also Ajid’s.
The Dutch kept losing wickets regularly from the beginning when they came down to bat against the target of 400 runs given by Australia. Apart from Vikramjit Singh, Colin Ackerman, Sybrand Engelbrecht, Scott Edwards, Teja Nidamanuru, no one else reached double figures. In the end they managed to get 90 runs after losing all the wickets in just 21 overs. As a result, they had to suffer the shame of the biggest defeat in the history of the World Cup.
Bikramjit Singh and Max O’Dowd, the two openers who opened for the Netherlands, played carefully from the start. He picked up 28 runs in 4 overs. But the Dutch lost their first wicket in the next over.
Max O’Dowd, who scored 6 runs off 9 balls, went back to the dressing room after falling victim to Mitchell Starc. On his departure, the opening pair broke for 28 runs.
After Max O’Dowd, another opener Vikramjit Singh also went back after being run out. He returned with 25 runs off 25 balls.
Colin Ackerman also followed Vikramjit Singh’s path back to the pavilion. He returned after being lbw by Josh Hazlewood after scoring 10 runs off 11 balls. Bas de Lied also went back today scoring just 4 runs. 4 runs off the 7th ball, Bass de Lead was LBW by Pat Cummins and returned to the dugout. On his departure, the Netherlands lost 4 wickets for 53 runs.
After losing 4 wickets for 53 runs, the Netherlands could not take their innings further. After losing all the wickets in 21 overs, the Dutch were reduced to just 90 runs. the dutch Apart from Vikramjit Singh, Colin Ackerman, Sybrand Engelbrecht, Scott Edwards, Teja Nidamanuru, no one else reached double figures.
Earlier, after winning the toss and batting against the Netherlands, Warner-Maxwell’s pair of centuries and Smith and Labuschenne’s pair of half-centuries allowed Australia to lose 8 wickets in the allotted 50 overs.
Ajira won the toss and lost the first wicket for 28 runs after winning the toss against the Netherlands. Then Australia turned to Warner-Smith pair. Smith returned to 71 runs with a half-century, but Warner picked up consecutive centuries in the World Cup. Marnus Labuschagne also picked up a half-century today. And at the end, Glenn Maxwell played an innings and tied the game. He scored a century in just 40 balls. In the end, Ajira scored 399 runs by losing 8 wickets in the allotted 50 overs. Netherlands will have to beat the hilly target of 400 runs to win. Openers David Warner and Mitchell Marsh, who started the opening for Australia today, continued to attack the Dutch bowlers from the beginning. He picked up 27 runs in three overs.
But soon after that, there is a slump in the over. Mitchell Marsh, who had brought up the century in the previous match, returned today with just 9 runs.
Mitchell Marsh, who scored 9 runs off 15 balls, was caught by Colin Ackerman off Logan van Beek and returned to the dressing room. Australia’s opening pair broke for 28 runs on his departure.
When Mitchell Marsh returned, David Warner formed a partnership with Steven Smith. Australia scored 150 runs in 22 over 3 balls based on their pair.
Warner, the centurion of the last match, scored a half-century today off 40 balls. Where there are 6 fours and 2 sixes. On the other hand, Smith took a half-century today off 53 balls. Which includes 7 fours.
This pair was broken by Smith’s departure for the team’s 160 runs. Smith, who scored 71 off 68 balls, returned to the dressing room after being caught by Roelof van der Merwe off Arian Dutt. The pair of 132 runs broke on his departure.
After Smith’s departure, Warner paired with Marnus Labuchen. Marnus Labuschagne brought up a personal half-century against the Dutch today. He scored 50 off 42 balls. Which includes 6 fours and a six.
Despite picking up a half-century, he could not take his innings far. Labuschenne, who scored 62 off 47 balls, was caught at mid-on by Bas de Leede. Aryan Dutt at mid-on palmed the catch. As a result, he returned to Sajghar in 62 runs.
Warner paired with Josh Inglis after Labuchen’s departure. In between, he picked up a personal century. He scored 100 runs off 91 balls. Which includes 11 fours and 3 sixes.
He took centuries in two consecutive matches in the current World Cup. He also scored a century against Pakistan in the previous match. He scored 163 runs off 124 balls against Pakistan. And today he scored a century against the Netherlands with 91 balls.
Along with the name written in the record. The star opener became the fourth Australian cricketer to score consecutive centuries in the World Cup. Apart from this, Warner touched Indian legendary batsman Sachin Tendulkar in 6 centuries in the history of the World Cup. If he does another century, he will catch Rohit Sharma (7) who is on top of all.
However, Warner could not stay at the crease for a long time after the century. He came back with a catch in the hands of Arian Dutt off Logan van Beek for 104 off 93 balls.
Josh Inglis returned to the team’s 268 before Warner. He went back after being a victim of Bas de Lied by scoring 14 runs off 12 balls. After the departure of Warner and Inglis, two new batsmen Glenn Maxwell and Cameron Green formed the partnership. But this pair could not go far. The pair broke after Cameron Green’s dismissal for the team’s 290 runs.
Cameron, who scored 8 runs from 11 balls, was run out and returned to the dressing room. On his departure, Ajira lost 6 wickets for 290 runs.
Glenn Maxwell paired with captain Pat Cummins after Cameron’s departure. Meanwhile, he picked up a personal century. Today he scored a century in just 40 balls. Which includes 8 fours and 8 sixes. This is the new record for the fastest century in the World Cup.
At the very end of the innings, Maxwell touched the magic figure of 40 balls. Bas de Lied hit a new World Cup record of six. He also broke Aiden Markram’s record set 18 days ago. In the end, Australia scored 399 runs after losing 8 wickets in the scheduled 50 overs.