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Netherlands vs England, 2nd ODI, Live Score Updates: Scott Edwards’ 78 Powers Netherland To 235/7 vs England

NED vs ENG, 2nd ODI, Live Score Updates: The Netherlands posted a solid 235/7 runs against a blistering England attack lead by David Willey and Brydon Carse on a rain-delayed day at the VRA cricket ground outside Amsterdam.The match was curtailed to 48 overs per team, starting at 3pm local time with only 20 overs bowled in as the conditions were too poor to continue.

 

NED vs ENG, 2nd ODI, Live Score Updates: The Netherlands posted a solid 235/7 runs against a blistering England attack lead by David Willey and Brydon Carse on a rain-delayed day at the VRA cricket ground outside Amsterdam. Scott Edwards, with 78, played a skipper’s innings which included three sixes and four fours after surviving an appeal for caught behind off the bowling of Adil Rashid shortly after taking the crease. Edwards was eventually run out after Willey removed the bails at the bowlers’ end with a bull’s-eye throw. Earlier, the Netherlands won the toss and elected to bat against England in the second ODI of the three-match series at the VRA Cricket Ground in Amstelveen. David Willey recorded the best bowling figures by a visiting Englishman in ODIs against the Netherlands with his figures of 4/44 in the second ODI at the VRA Cricket Ground in Amstelveen. Willey picked up his first five-wicket haul in ODIs as he produced blistering figures by picking up five wickets at 15.75 runs per over. He removed Shane Snater, Afridi, Rob Snater, and Hadden to help England set a mammoth total of 235 for seven. Jos Buttler dazzled with an unbeaten 162 while Dawid Malan and Phil Salt scored their respective tons in One-Day Internationals. In reply, Scott Edwards and Max O’Dowd scored fighting fifties, but the hosts were bowled out for 266.

Here are the LIVE Updates of the 2nd ODI between Netherland and England from the VRA Cricket Ground, Amstelveen

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