In a up to date construction on the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru on Sunday, November 12, Netherlands cricket group’s Bas De Leede created historical past by way of breaking the record of his father Tim De Leede. Baas surpassed Tim’s record of 14 wickets within the 2003 World Cup and changed into the main wicket-taker for the Netherlands within the World Cup.
The large second got here within the 18th over of India’s innings when Bas de Leede bowled a well-executed slower ball which eluded the sturdy Rohit Sharma. The Indian captain was once out after scoring 61 runs in 54 balls, which incorporated two sixes and 8 fours. Wesley Barresi, posted at mid-wicket, took a at ease catch, securing the record-breaking wicket of Bas de Leede.
Bas de Leede’s odd performances on the World Cup didn’t move left out. Before the India-Netherlands fit, he had taken 14 wickets in 8 suits at an economic system charge of seven.11 and on this fit he took two extra wickets and touched the determine of 16 wickets within the World Cup. Apart from his bowling skill, Bess additionally showcased his batting abilities and scored 127 runs in 8 suits, together with an outstanding half-century.
The Netherlands booked their position within the World Cup because of superb performances from Bas De Leede all the way through the qualifiers, the place he scored 285 runs and took 15 wickets in seven suits. His all-round contribution performed a very important position within the group’s qualification.
As the Men in Blue confronted the Netherlands, India captain Rohit Sharma received the toss and opted to bat first. Rohit and Shubman Gill laid a robust basis by way of creating a partnership of 91 runs. Despite a decided effort from the Dutch bowlers, India controlled to submit a robust ranking of 410 runs in 50 overs with the assistance of centuries from Shreyas Iyer and KL Rahul.
India’s undefeated streak within the 2023 World Cup continues as they get ready to stand New Zealand within the upcoming fit on the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on November 15.
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