Netherlands 182 (5 (Ten Doeschate 65 *, Burger 2-23)) bit Namibia 181 people in 5 wickets (Erasmus 81, Kingma 6-39)
Vivian King Ma is not shy about showing off his excitement after a wicket. Or when the sixth and sixth turnstiles burst hat hats like five victories over Namibia at the ICC Academy, the concise joy disappeared like a geyser.
After Holland sent Namibia, Kingma's first ticket gate came in fourth when Karl Birkenstock played his first tournament. When Kingma swung the ball regularly at the outer edge, the rest of his package was caught behind bowling, lbw or turnstiles. At the end of Powerplay, Kingma slipped Stephan Baard's rim, and Craig Williams followed debut wicket Scott Edwards.
Between 3 spells of King Ma's twin candy, Gerhard Erasmus made 75 colorful 81 balls. Erasmus easily played the Dutch spinner, whipping casually as he turned the left arm duo of Roelof van der Merwe and Pieter Seelaar towards the leg. On the 25th, he drove off-spinner Oodwood into the ICC Academy parking lot.
But on the other hand, Erasmus was willing to struggle to find an ally in an effort to defeat the Dutch bowling forces. Zane Green tickled van der Gugten's boundaries to Edwards before Kotze fell to O & # 39; Dowd. Ryan ten Doeschate, who started bowling in the Netherlands for the first time since 2011, began to throw a full throw, but later four balls found his radar so Jan Frylinck flew out to make 6 to 125 for Edwards' healthy edge.
Erasmus turned the ball 50 times and aimed at van der Merwe, providing support only by tailing. He pierced the four borders 28 and 30 times to drive the left arm spinner out of the attack. Perhaps unfortunately, it did not raise more than 250 vehicles in total, but collapsed into Kingma.
After seeing Erasmus cut him back 4 from the start, King Ma started 34th with a fuller ball and Batman drove the fourth turnstile. JJ Smith broke down the opening stump and made a stubborn delivery to give Kingma a virgin list A5. Desperately trying to stop the stump, Bernard Scholtz missed a late sting as he shuffled the hattrick ball. The King raised his finger before King Ma turned the mid sprint and looked back to check the landmark.
Van der Merwe's return catch ended a few times with an overburn of 36.4, which meant that the Netherlands could run almost an hour before the scheduled lunch break. On Wednesday, Centurion Ben Cooper defeated Williams in pursuit of Williams, scoring 60 to 2.
When the game resumed, the pitch began to noticeably worsen. Williams and Sarrell Burger broke the second turnstile with a few overpasses after restarting.
But 10 Dochate calmed the situation with the 11th List A 50. With an average of 64.24 in a one-day cricket game in the Netherlands at the start of the match, this Orlandoer didn't skip a bit of returning to orange in his first innings and didn't hit as many as 65 58 balls. He took time before sizing Scholtz's left arm spin in 34 days and pulled four times before the slump fell.
With a delightful straight drive from Tangeni Lungameni, the Netherlands brought half a century of 10 Doeschate from 46 balls, as 24 needed to win the last 12 overs. Lungameni threw a towel in front of 10 Dochate's aggressive dissections and admitted victory with a short ball.
In the 7th round of the WCL Championship Tournament, he was placed 4th in the Netherlands, scoring 22 points and 3rd in Scotland. Namibia took a wooden spoon, winning three points in Nepal with only three wins in 14 games.
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