England Smash 498 Runs Highest Total in ODI Cricket

England Smash 498 Runs Highest Total in ODI Cricket

England cricket team made history by scoring the highest total of 498 runs in the history of ODI cricket. Batting first in the first ODI of the three-match series against the Netherlands, the English set a world record of 498 runs nearly 500 touchdowns. 496/4 (50), Incredible but true, This is the scoreline in an innings of an ODI match in international cricket.

Never before in the history of ODI cricket has anyone scored more runs. Malan also has a century with the devastating century of Joss Butler and Phil Salt. Liam Livingstone also played a tornado inning. Fifty drove. And in this, the England team got the capital of two hundred runs less than five hundred runs.

England also held the previous two records. In 2016, the English collected 461 runs for 6 wickets against Australia in Nottingham. In 2016, England scored 444 runs in Nottingham for 3 wickets. These were the records so far. But this time everything was over. Not just international ODIs. It is also a record in List ‘A’ cricket.

The England team averaged a new record in four-sixes at Amstelveen. He remained unbeaten on 60 balls with 6 boundaries and 14 sixes in an innings of 172 runs. He played the best innings of his ODI career. With just 48 balls, he set the record for the fastest century among English cricketers. After doing that, he completed 150 runs off 75 balls. AB de Villiers’ record of 64 for a short while could not be touched. Remained at number two.

Not just Butler. Two more cricketers have scored centuries. Phil Salt played a career-best 122-run innings off 93 balls with 14 boundaries and 3 sixes. This is his first career century. In ODIs, David Malan hit 125 off 109 balls with nine boundaries and three sixes.

And Liam Livingstone remained unbeaten in a 6-run tornado inning of 7 sixes and 4 fours off 22 balls. He completed fifty in just 16 balls. There is no record of the fastest fifty among English cricketers.

Meanwhile, a storm has hit the Netherlands bowlers today. Everyone’s economic rate is above 9. Skipper Peter took 2 wickets for 63 runs in 9 overs. Snatcher took 1 wicket for 100 runs (99) less than one run in 10 overs. Van Beek took 1 wicket with 72 runs in 10 overs. No one else saw the wicket.

 


 

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