The big capital of the Netherlands in the life-and-death match



The big capital of the Netherlands in the life-and-death match

In the fight for vaccination in the main stage of the World Cup, the Netherlands put a big capital in front of Namibia. The Netherlands set a target of 185 for Namibia with a half-century from opener Max O'Daud. Namibia won the toss and elected to field in Abu Dhabi at 4pm on Wednesday.

Max O'Dwyer and Stephen Maiberg, the two Dutch openers, got off to a great start when they lost the toss and elected to bat. Stephen returned with 42 runs in the opening over. John Frylink brought Namibia to a breakthrough by returning the batsman who made 16 off 16 balls.

Riolef von der Marye fell victim to David Weiss before the three settled on the wicket. He made only six runs. After his departure, Killon Ackerman came to the crease and gave a great innings of 35 runs. Frylink broke the huge 72-run partnership he had with Max O'Dawood by returning the batsman.

Opener Max O'Daud kept the other side at bay even though some batsmen were dismissed at one end. Scott Edwards, who came in fifth, scored 164 runs. Before the run out in the last over, the Netherlands got an effective innings of 60 runs from 57 balls of this opener.


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