England set a new world record by scoring 498 runs for the loss of four wickets in 50 overs against the Netherlands.
Phil Salt, David Millan and Jose Butler scored centuries for England in the match played in Amsterdam on the occasion of the tour of the Netherlands. Liam Livingstone scored 66 off 22 balls.
Phil Salt 122 and David Millan played 125 runs innings, Jose Butler played 162 runs off 70 balls and did not get out. His innings included 14 sixes and seven fours.
Peter Sailor from Netherlands gave away 83 runs in 9 overs and dismissed two players. Shane Senator scored 99 runs in 10 overs and Logan Van Beck took one wicket for 82 runs in 10 overs.
The Netherlands won the toss and elected to bat first.
In reply, the entire Netherlands team was bowled out for 266 in the last over. Scott Edwards scored 72 while Max O’Dowd scored 55.
Moin Ali took three wickets for the visitors, while Race Topley and Sam Kiran took two wickets each. David Millan took one wicket.