NEW ZEALAND vs NETHERLANDS, ICC Cricket World Cup 2023
MATCH : - 6
TEAMS : - NEDERLAND VS NEW ZEALAND
VENUE : - Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad
MATCH START TIME : - 02:00 PM IST / 09 OCTOBER 2023
TOSS : - Netherlands won the toss and opt to bowl
NEW ZEALAND (PLAYING) : Devon Conway, Will Young, Rachin Ravindra, Daryl Mitchell, Tom Latham (c & wk), Glenn Phillips, Mark Chapman, Mitchell Santner, Matt Henry, Lockie Ferguson, Trent Boult
NEW ZEALAND BENCH : – Ish Sodhi, Tim Southee, James Neesham
NETHERLANDS (PLAYING) : Vikramjit Singh, Max ODowd, Colin Ackermann, Bas de Leede, Teja Nidamanuru, Scott Edwards (c & wk), Sybrand Engelbrecht, Roelof van der Merwe, Ryan Klein, Aryan Dutt, Paul van Meeke ren
NETHERLANDS BENCH : Shariz Ahmad, Wesley Barresi, Logan van Beek, Saqib Zulfiqar
NEW ZEALAND : 322/7
NETHERLANDS : 223/10
ICC World Cup 2023: New Zealand vs Netherlands
The ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 witnessed an exciting clash between New Zealand and the Netherlands. In this thrilling encounter, New Zealand showcased their batting prowess by amassing a commanding total of 322 runs for the loss of 7 wickets in their allotted 50 overs. Let’s take a closer look at the highlights of the match, including New Zealand’s batting performance and the resilience displayed by the Netherlands’ bowling attack.
1st Innings: New Zealand’s Batting Domination
Devon Conway’s Measured Start
The innings commenced with Devon Conway’s measured approach, contributing 32 runs from 40 deliveries. Conway’s knock was characterized by five exquisite boundaries and one well-timed six. Unfortunately, his innings was curtailed by Bas de Leede, who dismissed him.
Will Young’s Anchoring Role
Will Young played a pivotal role in anchoring New Zealand’s innings, crafting a solid 70 runs from 80 balls. His composed innings included seven boundaries and two towering sixes. However, Young eventually succumbed to the bowling of van Meekeren.
Rachin Ravindra’s Batting Prowess
Rachin Ravindra showcased his batting prowess by amassing a half-century. His well-compiled 51 runs came off 51 deliveries, punctuated by three boundaries and a six. Ravindra was eventually dismissed by van der Merwe.
Daryl Mitchell’s Valuable Contribution
Daryl Mitchell contributed a valuable 48 runs off 47 balls, bolstering New Zealand’s total with five boundaries and two towering sixes. Van Meekeren accounted for his wicket.
Captain Tom Latham’s Leadership
Leading from the front, captain Tom Latham delivered a captain’s innings. He accumulated a vital 53 runs off 46 balls, embellished with six boundaries and a six. Latham was stumped by Edwards off Aryan Dutt’s delivery.
Glenn Phillips and Mark Chapman’s Contributions
Glenn Phillips added a brisk 4 runs to the total, with one boundary before falling victim to Bas de Leede’s bowling, caught by Edwards. Mark Chapman managed to score 5 runs from 13 deliveries before being dismissed by Aryan Dutt, caught by van der Merwe.
Mitchell Santner’s Explosive Finish
Mitchell Santner provided a late fireworks display, hammering an explosive 36 not out off just 17 balls. His aggressive cameo included three boundaries and two towering sixes, injecting vital momentum into the innings.
Matt Henry’s Rapid Contribution
In the final overs, Matt Henry contributed a rapid 10 not out from 4 balls, featuring one substantial six.
New Zealand amassed a formidable total of 322 runs at an impressive run rate of 6.44 runs per over. The innings was characterized by notable contributions from several key batsmen, showcasing their batting prowess.
Netherlands’ Bowling Resilience
Despite the challenging target set by New Zealand, the Netherlands’ bowling attack displayed commendable determination. Let’s take a look at the key bowlers and their performances:
Aryan Dutt: Aryan Dutt emerged as a key performer for the Netherlands, picking up two crucial wickets while conceding 62 runs in his 10-over spell.
Paul van Meekeren: Van Meekeren also made an impact with the ball, claiming two wickets while conceding 59 runs in his 9 overs.
Roelof van der Merwe: Van der Merwe’s bowling yielded two important wickets for the Netherlands while giving away 56 runs in his 9-over spell.
Bas de Leede: Bas de Leede managed to secure a wicket in his 10-over spell, conceding 64 runs.
Ryan Klein and Colin Ackermann: Ryan Klein and Colin Ackermann provided steady support but were unable to clinch wickets on this occasion.
The Netherlands’ bowling attack displayed resilience in the face of New Zealand’s formidable batting lineup. However, New Zealand’s calculated and powerful performance enabled them to set a substantial target of 323 runs for the Netherlands to chase in this thrilling ICC World Cup clash.
2nd Innings: Netherlands’ Batting Struggles
In response to New Zealand’s challenging total of 322 runs, the Netherlands faced a tough task. Let’s take a summary of the Netherlands’ batting innings:
Vikramjit Singh and Max ODowd’s Contributions
The Netherlands’ innings got off to a modest start with Vikramjit Singh contributing 12 runs from 20 deliveries before being dismissed by Matt Henry. Max ODowd managed 16 runs from 31 balls, including two boundaries, before being dismissed lbw by Mitchell Santner.
Colin Ackermann’s Steady Innings
Colin Ackermann emerged as the anchor of the Netherlands’ innings, playing a significant innings of 69 runs off 73 deliveries. Although he did not hit any sixes, he struck five boundaries. Ackermann was eventually caught by Matt Henry off Santner’s bowling.
Bas de Leede and Teja Nidamanuru’s Contributions
Bas de Leede added 18 runs from 25 balls, featuring three boundaries, before being caught by Boult off Rachin Ravindra’s bowling. Teja Nidamanuru contributed 21 runs from 26 balls, including two boundaries and one six, before being run out by Lockie Ferguson and Latham’s teamwork.
Scott Edwards and Sybrand Engelbrecht’s Contributions
Scott Edwards made a valuable contribution of 30 runs from 27 deliveries, including two boundaries and one six. He was dismissed by a caught-and-bowled effort by Santner. Sybrand Engelbrecht scored 29 runs from 34 balls, striking three boundaries before being caught by Conway off Matt Henry’s bowling.
Roelof van der Merwe and Lower Order’s Struggles
Roelof van der Merwe could only manage 1 run from 6 balls before being caught by Matt Henry off Santner’s bowling. The lower order batsmen, including Ryan Klein and Aryan Dutt, made some contributions but were unable to build substantial partnerships.
The Netherlands managed to accumulate a total of 223 runs in their innings while losing all their wickets. Their run rate during the innings was 4.8 runs per over.
New Zealand’s Bowling Brilliance
New Zealand’s bowlers displayed exceptional skills and restricted the Netherlands’ batting lineup. Here’s a look at their performances:
Trent Boult: Bowled 8 overs, conceding 34 runs without taking a wicket.
Matt Henry: Delivered 8.3 overs, taking 3 crucial wickets while conceding 40 runs.
Mitchell Santner: Bowled an impressive spell of 10 overs, claiming 5 wickets for 59 runs.
Lockie Ferguson: Bowled 8 overs without taking a wicket, conceding 32 runs.
Rachin Ravindra: Delivered 10 overs, taking 1 wicket for 46 runs.
Glenn Phillips: Bowled 2 overs, conceding 11 runs without taking a wicket.
The Netherlands faced a challenging target set by New Zealand, and despite some notable contributions with the bat, they were unable to reach the required total. Mitchell Santner’s exceptional five-wicket haul was a highlight of New Zealand’s bowling performance, securing a win for the Kiwis in this ICC World Cup clash.
In conclusion, the match between New Zealand and the Netherlands in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 was filled with thrilling moments and impressive performances. New Zealand’s dominant batting and disciplined bowling proved to be the winning combination, securing a well-deserved victory in this high-stakes encounter.