England clinched the one-day international series 3-0 with Jason Roy 101 and Jos Buttler’s 86 off 64 balls to register a 3-0 win over the Netherlands in the third and final match on Wednesday. England chased down the target of 245 runs with 119 balls to spare and won by eight wickets.
This is the first ODI series between the two countries outside the Cricket World Cup. England won the first ODI by 232 runs and the second ODI by six wickets.
Captain Scott Edwards was the top scorer in the Netherlands’ score of 244 runs, scoring 64 runs in 72 balls.
Jason Roy and Butler gave an easy victory to the team with an unbroken partnership of 163 runs in 125 balls
Chasing the target, England lost the wickets of Phil Salt (49 runs) and David Malan within three balls. But Jason Roy and Butler gave the team an easy victory with an unbroken partnership of 163 runs in 125 balls.
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. Earlier, Max Odd (50) and Bass de Leede (56) also played half-centuries for the Netherlands.
England set a world record with 498 for four during their win in the first ODI last week. David Willey took four for 36 in 8.2 overs, including the final wicket of Paul Van Meeckeren. Netherlands team got out four balls before the allotted 50 overs.