In World Cup, Australia’s Biggest Win: Netherlands Defeated by 309 Runs

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Delhi: Australia secured the biggest win in the ICC World Cup, defeating the Netherlands by a margin of 309 runs. The Netherlands team, in pursuit of Australia’s target of 400 runs, managed to score only 90 runs in 21 overs and got all-out.

From the Netherlands, Vikram Jeet Singh scored 25 runs, and Teja Nidamanuru made 14 runs, while the entire Netherlands team collapsed at 90 runs in the pursuit of Australia’s target of 400 runs. On the Australian side, Adam Zampa took 4 wickets.

Australia scored 399 runs for the loss of 8 wickets in their allotted 50 overs, with David Warner scoring 104 and Glenn Maxwell making 106 runs. Additionally, Steve Smith scored 71, and Labuschagne contributed 62 runs. Josh Inglis scored 14, Mitchell Marsh 9, and Cameron Green 8 runs, while Pat Cummins remained not out with 12 runs.

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