ODI World record – Buttler paid no mercy on Netherlands eleven

Jos Buttler ODI World record

Jos Buttler ODI World record – Shahzada TV – Jos Buttler’s unbelievable 162 saw England smash their own highest score in an exceedingly one-day international with a mammoth 498-4 as they thrashed Netherlands by 232 runs. in an exceedingly notably eye-catching start to Matthew Mott’s tenure as their new white-ball coach, Buttler hit some mammoth shots all around the park as he hit fourteen sixes and 7 fours and England achieved milestones be it team or individually.

The Deadly Duo

Dawid Malan (125) and Phil Salt (122) conjointly each made maiden ODI centuries, off 90 and 82 balls respectively, as they destroyed the Netherlands bowlers and hit some mammoth shots all around the park. The Dutch side was busy finding the ball which was being disappeared by the England batsmen over and over again as sixes were raining in Amstelveen.

Malan just achieved another milestone of his own as he became the third England player after of course Jos Buttler and women’s captain Heather Knight, to score centuries in all formats of international cricket.

A Cameo of Liam Livingstone

On the other hand, Livingstone also scored an outstanding 17-ball half-century. Which was equal to his own England last time all-format record of reaching a half-century, which he scored last summer in a T20 International against Pakistan at Trent Bridge. He was very close to the One Day International record of a 16-ball half-century. Which at the moment is held by South African International De Villiers. Who scored this astonishing 16-ball half-century against West Indies in 2015.

Explosive Jos Buttler

Just after some hard-hitting and scoring plenty of runs in the recent Indian Premier League season, Jos Buttler has proved once again with another masterclass against the Netherlands. He showed why is he currently the best white-ball batsman in world cricket. Jost Buttler was explosive as the 31-year-old hit a stunning knock of 162 runs. He scored the century off just 47 balls and reached 150 with just facing 65 balls. And eventually scored 162 off just 70 balls.

ODI World record – English Cricket Team The History Makers

This new total of all-time high means England has now broken their own record which they had against Australia at Trend Bridge in 2018 when they scored a gigantic total of 481-6. Not only that England also smashed the List A record of 496-4, which was held by Surrey in 2007.

English batsmen just hit sixes after sixes as they smashed a total of 26 sixes.

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