England surpassed their world record in one-day cricket. In 2016, England scored 461 runs for 6 wickets against Australia.
England set a world record for the highest run-scoring innings in one-day cricket. Ain Morgan’s team scored 498 runs for 4 wickets against the Netherlands. Three made hundreds.
England topped their own world record. In 2016, England scored 461 runs for 6 wickets against Australia. That was the world record for the most runs in an innings in one day cricket. The third highest run innings in one-day cricket is also held by the English. In 2016, England scored 444 runs for 3 wickets against Pakistan.
Despite the failure of opener Jason Roy (1) against the Netherlands, the England batsmen scored fast runs from the very beginning. Another opener Phil Salt made 122 off 93 balls. He hit 14 fours and three sixes. David Malan made 125 off 109 balls. He hit nine fours and three sixes. The most devastating was Joss Butler. Butler, who has a dream rhythm from the IPL, remained unbeaten on 162 off 60 balls. Maren hit seven fours and 14 sixes. Captain Morgan (0) also failed in this match. Liam Livingstone is unbeaten on 6 off 22 balls. Livingstone hit six fours and six sixes. He has scored three runs per ball.
Salt and Malan put on 222 for the second wicket. Malan and Butler added 184 runs for the third wicket. England batsmen have scored an average of 9.98 runs per over.
Netherlands bowler Philip Bosivan bowled 106 runs in 10 overs. Shane Snatter gave 99 runs in 10 overs. The most successful bowler Peter Seeler took 2 wickets for 63 runs.
Sri Lanka’s fourth highest run-scoring innings in ODI cricket. Sri Lanka scored 443 runs for 9 wickets against the Netherlands in 2006. South Africa is fifth to seventh on the list. The Proteas scored 439 for 2 against the West Indies in 2006. Which is the fifth highest run innings in one-day cricket. Australia, South Africa and India are ranked eighth to tenth.