Netherlands Sri Lanka Super Sixes Match 2 ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifiers 2023 Latest Sports News

World Cup Qualifiers: Sri Lanka beat the Netherlands in the World Cup qualifiers. In this match, the Dutch team had to face defeat by 21 runs. Netherlands had a target of 214 runs to win the match, but were reduced to 192 runs in 40 overs. Earlier, the Sri Lankan team was all out for 213 runs in 47.4 overs. In response to Sri Lanka’s 213 runs, the start of the Netherlands team, which came out to bat, was very bad. Opener Vikramjit Singh and Max Oded returned to the pavilion without scoring any runs.

Netherlands had a target of 214 runs.

Captain Scott Edwards scored the most runs for the Netherlands. This player played an inning of 67 runs in 68 balls. He hit 4 fours and 2 sixes in his innings. While Wesley Baresi contributed 51 runs off 50 balls. Apart from this, no batsman could cross the double figure. As a result, the Netherlands team had to face defeat by 21 runs. Earlier, Sri Lanka had won the toss and decided to bat. Dhananjay de Silva scored the most runs for Sri Lanka.

Dhananjay de Silva took over Sri Lanka

Dhananjay de Silva played an inning of 93 runs in 111 balls. Apart from this, Dimuth Karunaratne, Mahitha Teekshana and Vanendu Hasaranga contributed 33, 28 and 20 runs respectively. After these batsmen, no Sri Lankan batsman could touch double figures. While talking about the bowlers of the Netherlands, Van Wyk and Bas de Leede took maximum 3-3 wickets. While Saqib Zulfikar took 2 wickets. At the same time, Ryan Cullen and Aryan Dutt got 1-1 success.

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