In the 28th match of the Cricket World Cup, the Netherlands faced Bangladesh.The Netherlands won by 87 runs. In this World Cup, the Netherlands has caused yet another major upset.He had previously defeated South Africa.
BAN vs. NED LIVE SCORING: Netherlands vs. Bangladesh, World Cup 2023:In the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023, the Netherlands defeated Bangladesh by 87 runs.Bangladeshi team was all out for 142 runs in 42.2 overs while chasing a target of 230 runs.The Netherlands has pulled off yet another major upset in this World Cup.It had previously defeated South Africa by a score of 38 runs.
The hero of the Netherlands’ victory in this match, played at Eden Gardens in Kolkata, was fast bowler Paul van Meekeren, who dismissed four players.Bas De Leede took two wickets, with Aryan Dutt, Colin Ackerman, and Logan Van Beek each taking one.If seen, no Bangladeshi batsman could score more than 35 runs.Mehdi Hasan Miraj had the highest score of 35, while Mustafizur Rahman and Mahmudullah had scores of 20-20.
A crucial spell from pacer Paul van Meekeren helped Netherlands garner a classic win in Kolkata 👊
— ICC (@ICC) October 28, 2023
This was Bangladesh’s fifth defeat in six World Cup matches, and they are now out of contention for the semi-finals.On the other hand, this was the Netherlands’ second victory in six matches.Bangladesh is now ranked ninth in the points table, while the Netherlands is ranked eighth.South Africa is in first place, with India in second place.
Highlights from Bangladesh’s innings: (142/10, 42.2 overs)
Liton Das (3) runs out Aryan Dutt for the first wicket, 19/1.
Tanjeed Hasan (15) out Logan van Beek for the second wicket, 19/2.
Nazmul Hossain Shanto (9) out Paul van Meekeren for the third wicket, 45/3.
Shakib Al Hasan (5) dismissed Paul van Meekeren, 63/4
Mehidy Hasan Miraj (35) out of Bas de Leede, 69/5
Mushfiqur Rahim (1) out Paul van Meekeren for the sixth wicket, 70/6
108/7 after Mahedi Hasan (17) runs out Bas de Leede.
Mahmudullah (20) dismissed Bas de Leede for 113/8.
Mustafizur Rahman (20) out Colin Ackerman for the ninth wicket, 142/9.
Taskin Ahmed (11) dismisses Paul van Meekeren for a duck, 142/10.
The Netherlands, who won the toss and chose to bat first, got off to a slow start, losing two wickets for four runs.Following that, Wesley Barresi and Colin Ackerman took over the innings.Ackerman and Barresi had a run partnership of 59 runs.Bangladesh bowlers made another comeback, reducing the opposition’s score to 107 runs for five wickets.From there, captain Scott Edwards and Sybrand Engelbrecht contributed 78 runs to the Netherlands’ total of 229 runs.
Scott Edwards batted 89 balls and scored 68 runs, including six fours.Whereas Barresi scored 41 runs on the strength of eight fours, Engelbrecht scored 35 runs on the strength of three fours.Mustafizur Rahman, Taskin Ahmed, Shoriful Islam, and Mahedi Hasan all represented Bangladesh with two players each.
Highlights of the Netherlands innings: (229/10, 50 overs)
Vikramjeet Singh (3) dismisses Taskin Ahmed, 3/1.
Max O’Dowd (0) dismisses Shoriful Islam for the second wicket, 4/2.
Wesley Barresi (41) dismisses Mustafizur Rahman for 41 runs, bringing the total to 63/3.
Colin Ackerman (15) dismisses Shakibal Al Hasan for 63/4.
Bas de Leede (17) is out, and Taskin Ahmed is out, for a total of 107/5.
Scott Edwards (68) out Mustafizur Rahman for the sixth wicket. 185/6
Siebrand Engelbrecht (35) dismisses Mahedi Hasan, 185/7.
Sharij Ahmed (6) out of Mahmudullah/Mushfiqur, 194/8
Aryan Dutt (9th wicket) dismisses Shoriful Islam for 212/9.
Paul van Meekeren (0) out Mahedi Hasan for the tenth wicket, 229/10
Netherlands playing-11: Vikramjit Singh, Max O’Dowd, Colin Ackerman, Bas de Leede, Wesley Barresi, Scott Edwards (captain/wicketkeeper), Sybrand Engelbrecht, Logan van Beek, Shariz Ahmed, Aryan Dutt, Paul van Meekeren are the Netherlands’ playing eleven.
Bangladesh’s playing-11: Tanjid Hasan, Liton Das, Nazmul Hussain Shanto, Shakib Al Hasan (captain), Mehdi Hasan Miraj, Mushfiqur Rahim (wicketkeeper), Mahmudullah, Mahed Hasan, Mustafizur Rahman, Shoriful Islam, Taskin Ahmed are Bangladesh’s playing eleven.