AUS vs NED, Australia Won by 309 Runs, 24th Match – Cricbuzz Live Cricket Score

AUS 399/8 (50)

NED 90 (21)

Australia won by 309 runs

Glenn Maxwell

Cricbuzzteam, AUS vs NED, The Cricket World Cup is a stage where cricketing giants come together to showcase their prowess, and Australia is no exception. In recent games, Australia has been making waves with an impressive show of strength, thanks to standout performances from players like Pat Cummins and Glenn Maxwell. This article dives into Australia’s resurgence, the performance of their key players, and their prospects in the upcoming matches.

AUS vs NED: Australia’s Strong Start

Australia started the World Cup campaign on a somewhat shaky note but quickly gained momentum. Their batting lineup struggled initially, but in the recent games, key players like David Warner, Mitchell Marsh, and Glenn Maxwell found their form, ensuring that the team consistently posted big totals on the board. In their most recent match, they managed to put up a staggering 400 runs, showcasing their dominance.

The Maxwell Show

One of the standout stars for Australia in the tournament has been Glenn Maxwell. His explosive batting style and versatility have been crucial in propelling Australia to formidable totals. In a recent interview, David Warner mentioned that they had discussed Maxwell’s form during the IPL, emphasizing the importance of timing and rhythm, which have paid off beautifully in the World Cup.

Pat Cummins – The Captain’s Delight

Pat Cummins, the Australian captain, has been leading from the front. In a recent game, he not only contributed with the ball but also put on a spectacular show with the bat. Cummins and Warner formed a fantastic partnership, and their power-hitting was a sight to behold. Cummins expressed his satisfaction with the overall performance but also acknowledged that the team could improve their batting in the first 50 overs.

Netherlands’ Brave Attempt

Australia’s dominance in the World Cup is evident, but it’s essential to recognize the efforts of their opponents. The Netherlands, despite a heavy loss, showed determination in their bowling attack. They pushed Australia right from the start and even made a late comeback in the match, which displayed their resilience.

Australia’s next matches are eagerly anticipated. They will face New Zealand in a high-stakes encounter, which promises to be a thrilling contest. With their newfound momentum, Australia is certainly a team to watch out for. In the words of Pat Cummins, “It’s the World Cup, and we are in a good space. We can’t wait to get there.”

No sixes hit in an innings in this World Cup
AUS vs SA Lucknow
PAK vs IND, Ahmedabad
NED vs AUS, Delhi*

Most 4-wicket hauls for Australian spinners in ODIs:
13 – Shane Warne
12 – Adam Zampa

Lowest totals in this year WC:
90 – AUS vs NED, Delhi, today*
139 – AFG vs NZ, Chennai
156 – AFG vs BAN, Dharamsala
170 – ENG vs SA, Wankhede
– 90 all-out by the Netherlands is also the lowest total in this year’s World Cup

Most wickets in ODI World Cups:
71 – Glenn McGrath (39 mat)
68 – Muttiah Muralitharan (40 mat)
56 – Mitchell Starc (23 mat)*
56 – Lasith Malinga (29 mat)
55 – Wasim Akram (38 mat)

Bowlers with most consecutive 4+ wicket hauls in World Cups:
3 – Mohammed Shami (India, 2019)
3 – Shahid Afridi (Pakistan, 2011)
3 – Adam Zampa (Australia, 2023)

Teams batting first have won 7 of the 9 matches in Delhi since 2013. The two exceptions were India’s win against South Africa last year and against Afghanistan in the previous match against England.

Lowest totals for Netherlands in ODIs:
80 vs WI, Dublin, 2007
86 vs SL, Colombo, 2002
90 vs AUS, Delhi, today*
91 vs Bermuda, Benoni, 2006

Bowlers with most bowled dismissals in World Cups:
25 – Mitchell Starc*
25 – Wasim Akram
18 – Lasith Malinga
17 – Muttiah Muralitharan
15 – Glenn McGrath

Australia bowlers with consecutive 4+ wicket hauls in World Cups:
3 – Adam Zampa, 2023*
2 – Gary Gilmour, 1975
2 – Shane Warne, 1999
2 – Mitchell Johnson, 2011
2 – Brett Lee, 2011
2 – Mitchell Starc, 2019

– This is also the biggest defeat for the Netherlands in terms of runs in ODIs. (The previous biggest defeat was against England by 232 runs Amstelveen last year)

Biggest wins in ODIs (by runs):
317 – IND vs SL, Trivandrum 2023
309 – AUS vs NED, Delhi, today*
304 – ZIM vs USA, Harare, 2023
290 – NZ vs IRE, Aberdeen 2008
275 – AUS vs AFG, Perth 2015 (WC)

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