Aus vs Ned world cup scorecard updates: Australian team has created history in the ODI World Cup 2023 being hosted by India. In the match played in Delhi on Wednesday (25 October), Australia defeated Netherlands by 309 runs. This is the biggest win in World Cup history in terms of runs.
Even before this, the record for the biggest win in terms of runs in World Cup history was held by Australia, which defeated Afghanistan by 275 runs in March 2015. After this, the biggest win is in the name of India, which defeated Bermuda by 257 runs in March 2007.
Also, this is the second biggest win in ODI history. The record for the biggest win in overall ODI matches is in the name of India, which defeated Sri Lanka by 317 runs in January 2023. This match was played in Thiruvananthapuram.
Biggest win in terms of runs in ODI cricket
- 317 – India vs Sri Lanka, Thiruvananthapuram, 2023
- 309 – Australia vs Netherlands, Delhi, 2023
- 304 – Zimbabwe vs UAE, Harare, 2023
- 290 – New Zealand vs Ireland, Aberdeen, 2008
- 275 – Australia vs Afghanistan, Perth, 2015 (World Cup)
Netherlands team limited to 90 runs in 21 overs
Let us tell you that the Netherlands team, which was chasing the target of 400 runs in the match, was limited to only 90 runs in 21 overs. Opener Vikramjit Singh scored the maximum 25 runs. Apart from these, no player could touch the figure of 20. Spinner Adam Zampa took 4 wickets for Australia. Whereas Mitchell Marsh got 2 successes.
Highlights of Netherlands innings
- First wicket: Max O’Dowd (6), wicket- Starc, (28/1)
- Second wicket: Vikram Singh (25), run out, (37/2)
- Third wicket: Colin Ackerman (10), wicket- Hazlewood (47/3)
- Fourth wicket: Bas de Leede (25), wicket- Cummins (53/4)
- Fifth wicket: Sybrand Engelbrecht (11), wicket- Marsh (62/5)
- Sixth wicket: Teja Nidamanuru (14), wicket- Marsh (84/6)
- 7th Wicket: Logan Van Beek (0), Wicket- Zampa (86/7)
- 8th wicket: Roelof van der Merwe (0), Wicket- Zampa (86/8)
- 9th Wicket: Aryan Dutt (1), Wicket- Zampa (90/9)
- 10th wicket: Paul van Meekeren (0), wicket- Zampa (90/10)
World Cup 2023 Points Table
Maxwell and Warner scored explosive centuries
In the match, David Warner and Glenn Maxwell scored centuries in a stormy manner. Maxwell has created history by scoring the fastest century in World Cup history in 40 balls. Also, Warner has scored his second consecutive century in this World Cup.
This is his sixth century overall in the ODI World Cup. In this way he has equaled Sachin Tendulkar. However, the record of most centuries in the World Cup is in the name of Rohit Sharma (7).
In the match, Maxwell scored 106 runs on 44 balls. During this period he hit 8 sixes and 9 fours. Whereas Warner played an innings of 104 runs in 93 balls. He hit 3 sixes and 11 fours. Apart from these, Steve Smith played an inning of 71 runs and Marnus Labuschagne played an inning of 62 runs. Logan van Beek took maximum 4 wickets for Netherlands.
Record of fastest century in World Cup
- 40 balls – Glenn Maxwell Vs Netherlands – Delhi (2023)
- 49 balls – Aiden Markram Vs Sri Lanka – Delhi (2023)
- 50 balls – Kevin O’Brien Vs England – Bengaluru (2011)
- 51 balls – Glenn Maxwell Vs Sri Lanka – Sydney (2015)
- 52 balls – AB de Villiers Vs West Indies – Sydney (2015)
This match was very important for Australia
One change was made in the Australian team for this match. Cameron Green was given a chance by dismissing Marcus Stoinis. Australia has played 5 matches so far in the World Cup, out of which it has won 3, while it has faced defeat in two. In this way, he remains at fourth position in the points table of the World Cup. With this big win, the net run rate of the Kangaroo team has improved.
This match was very important from Australia’s point of view. To remain in the race for the semi-finals, it was very important for 5-time world champion Australia to win this match.
Highlights of Australia’s innings
- First wicket: Mitchell Marsh (9), wicket- Colin Ackerman, (28/1)
- Second wicket: Steve Smith (71), wicket- Aryan Dutt (160/2)
- Third wicket: Marnus Labuschagne (62), wicket- Bas de Leede (244/3)
- Fourth wicket: Josh Inglis (14), wicket- Bas de Leede (266/4)
- Fifth wicket: David Warner (104), wicket- Van Beek (267/5)
- Sixth wicket: Cameron Green (8), run out (290/6)
- 7th wicket: Glenn Maxwell (106), wicket- Van Beek (393/7)
- 8th wicket: Mitchell Starc (0), wicket- Van Beek (393/8)
- Netherlands playing XI: Vikramjit Singh, Max O’Dowd, Colin Ackerman, Bas de Leede, Teja Nidamanuru, Scott Edwards (wk/captain), Sybrand Engelbrecht, Logan van Beek, Roelof van der Merwe, Aryan Dutt, Paul van Meekeren.
- Australia’s playing playing eleven: David Warner, Mitchell Marsh, Steven Smith, Marnus Labuschagne, Josh Inglis (wicketkeeper), Glenn Maxwell, Cameron Green, Pat Cummins (captain), Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood, Adam Zampa.