Match Details

NED vs NZ 6th Match, ODI WC 2023

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NED
223-1046.3
New Zealand won by 99 runs 🏆
NZ
50.0322-7
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A Dutt Logo
A Dutt Jersy

11

(20)

A Dutt
11(20)
4s: 0
6s: 1
SR:55.00
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P van Meekeren Logo
P van Meekeren Jersy
4s: 1
6s: 0
SR:133.33
M Henry Logo
M Henry Jersy

3-40

(8.3)

M Henry

3-40(8.3)
Econ: 4.71
44th Over:
2
1
0
0
0
0
 
= 3
45th Over:
2
0
1
1
2
W
 
= 6
Last Over:
0
0
1
0
4
0
 
= 5
This Over:
0
0
W
 
= 0
NEDNED - 2nd Innings
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10 Over 4735
15 Over 5962
20 Over 8680
25 Over 106114
30 Over 142145
35 Over 178174
40 Over 199196
NZNZ - 1st Innings
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10 Over 5763
20 Over 129102
30 Over 165171
35 Over 208198
40 Over 233238
50 Over 336322

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That's it from the coverage of this game. Don't go too far away as we have a double header coming your way tomorrow. It's going to be Bangladesh up against England in Dharamsala in the day game and then Pakistan vs Sri Lanka in the night game in Hyderabad. Do join us for these two games that promises to entertain one and all.

For now, this is Ayan Chatterjee signing it off alongside AkshayaKrishna Polya, Akshay Bhide alongside scorer/analyst Paras Yadav. Stay safe, happy, and cool. Goodnight and CHEERS!  
Best bowling figures for a New Zealand bowler in India:

Matthew Hart vs West Indies in Margao in 1994 - 5/22
Mitchell Santner vs Netherlands in Hyderabad in 2023 - 5/59 
Hamish Bennett vs Kenya in Chennai in 2011 - 4/16
Left-arm spinners to pick five-wicket hauls in ODI World Cups:

Yuvraj Singh vs Ireland at Bengaluru in 2011 - 5/31
Shakib Al Hasan vs Afghanistan in Southampton in 2019 - 5/29
Mitchell Santner vs Netherlands in Hyderabad in 2023 - 5/59
Tom Latham (New Zealand Captain): "We would have bowled first. But we did a great job with the bat. We built good partnerships and the batters put the runs on the board and put the pressure on the opposition.

Yes, it was nice for everyone to get a hit out there. The guys built good partnerships and that took us to the death overs and then we got the finish we wanted.

I thought the bowlers bowled well. They started well and then kept it tight and Mitchell Santner bowled well and won us the match. Boult and Henry were good in the end and start.

Lockie Ferguson was good and he bowled well and looked sharp today.

Next up we go to Chennai, where we have seen different conditions. So, we have to adapt there and we have two games there. So, hopefully, we adapt and do well there.

We are close to our full playing XI. Lockie is playing well. Southee is available and Kane is making good progress.

Let us see how things pan out in the coming days. But happy with the start that we have had here in this tournament."   
Scott Edwards (Netherlands Captain): "Yeah, I think it was pretty good for the first 40 overs, or maybe for till the 47th over. They got away from us in the last 3 overs, which pushed the score a little bit further than we were hoping. 

If we could hold them to the 280-300 mark, then we would have had a better chance, as the wicket gets a little better at night under the lights.

New Zealand are a disciplined bowling attack. They won't make it easy for you either. You are not going to chase down 320+ with starts in 40s, 50s and 60s. We will speak about that with the boys and make sure we make amends on those.

In the next few games, we have to put on bigger partnerships and bigger scores so that we achieve what we want to. (Talking about Netherlands next match against South Africa at Dharamsala) For us, it's another game, we have to play our best cricket and try to win. Thank you."
Ian Smith on air called the decision of the TV umpire a poor one as he thought that the gloves of Tom Latham were behind the stumps while collecting the ball.

Now, Joel Wilson thought otherwise. The side-on replays suggested that Latham's gloves' some part, small part were in front of the stumps and hence, it was not a legal way to enforce the stumping.
Akshaya: Here 👇 is MCC law 27.3 saying about the legal stumping...

27.3 Position of wicket-keeper

27.3.1 The wicket-keeper shall remain wholly behind the wicket at the striker’s end from the moment the ball comes into play until a ball delivered by the bowler touches the bat or person of the striker or passes the wicket at the striker’s end or the striker attempts a run.

27.3.2 In the event of the wicket-keeper contravening this Law, the striker’s end umpire shall call and signal No ball as soon as applicable after the delivery of the ball.
Mitchell Santner (Player of the Match): "Yeah. Not too bad. Credit to the boys upfront for the way they batted. They did a fine job to get to us 320 and we knew we would defend this on this deck.

The nature of the surfaces. It was nice to get some purchase from the wicket. I didn't bowl at my best today. They had a couple of partnerships but we held on and finished on the winning side.

I have been lucky enough to be in India for a couple of years. Not been playing but watching Jadeja do his thing. Have learned a lot and just tried to use the experience of spending time here.

I have been batting in the nets and was nice to get some off the middle of the bat."
Player of the Match: Mitchell Santner
9:33 PM IST and Local Time: A comfortable win for New Zealand as they make it 2 wins out of  games in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023. Tonight, they beat the Netherlands by 99 runs. They played smart cricket, read the conditions well to outplay their opponents. The Dutch were good in patches, but never threatened to take the game away or to the New Zealand team.  

Chasing a mammoth 323 for an unlikely win, The Dutch lost their openers relatively cheaply. Colin Ackermann was the pick of the batters for Netherlands as he top scored with 69 off 73 balls. The form batter Bas de Leede scored 18 off 25 balls. Teja Nidamanuru looked good for his 21 off 26 balls before being unfortunately run out. Skipper Scott Edwards scored a good looking 30 off 27 balls while debutant Sybrand Engelbrecht scored 29 off 34 balls. Aryan Dutt scored 11 off 20 balls in the end but it was a bridge too far as Netherlands ended with 223 in 46.3 overs. 4 extras were given by the fielding side. 

Mitchell Santner was the pick of the bowlers for New Zealand as he picked up a five wicket haul for the first time in the World Cup. His second fifer in ODIS. He finished with 5/59 in 10 overs. Matt Henry chipped in with 3 wickets for 40 runs in 8.3 overs. A wicket for Rachin Ravindra while there was a run out as well as New Zealand proved too strong for the Dutch. 

Earlier in the game, New Zealand got off to a solid start courtesy their openers Devon Conway and Will Young. The duo put on 67 for the first wicket to lay the platform. Devon Conway scored 32 while Will Young was the top scorer with 70. Rachin Ravindra backed up his 100 with the previous game with a 50 today as he scored 51. Daryl Mitchell scored a good 48. Skipper Tom Latham scored 53 off 46 balls towards the end. Mitchell Santner finished things off in style with the bat as he scored 36* off 17 balls. Matt Henry had fun with his 10* off 4 balls. 13 extras were given by the fielding side as New Zealand ended with 322/7 in 50 overs. 

For the Dutch, Aryan Dutt, Paul van Meekeren, and Roelof van der Merwe picked up a couple of wickets apiece while Bas de Leede got a wicket to his name. The Dutch had control of the proceedings but let it go in the end as New Zealand proved too good in the end. 

So, a win by 99 runs for New Zealand as they make it 2 out of 2 and stay top of the points table. Stick around for the presentation ceremony.  
46.3 M Henry to A Dutt
W Henry goes full and straight on the stumps and cleans up Dutt. That's the way to wrap up the tail. After a couple of slower deliveries, Henry bowls a seam-up delivery on the fuller side on the stumps, Dutt is beaten by the pace as he looks to defend it but gets beaten on the inside edge. The ball crashes on the leg stump which is flattened. A nice sight for a fast bowler and with this, New Zealand make it two wins in a row in the World Cup 2023. After beating England comprehensively in their opening game, they beat the Netherlands by 99 runs today.
46.2 M Henry to A Dutt
0 Another slower delivery from Henry outside off, Dutt hits it hard but straight to mid off. No run.
46.1 M Henry to A Dutt
0 A slower delivery from Henry, Dutt swings hard at it but gets it off the inside half of the bat to mid wicket.
OVER 46
Netherlands
223/9
Paul van Meekeren
4(3)
Aryan Dutt
11(17)
Lockie Ferguson
0-32(8.0)
45.6 L Ferguson to Meekeren
0 Short delivery around off, van Meekeren goes for a slap but is hurried by the pace as he mistimes it to covers.
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