New Zealand protected their ideal streak in the CWC Super League with an agreeable success over the Netherlands in the last ODI at Hamilton. A twofold century association between Martin Guptill and Will Young saw the hosts pile up overwhelming 333-8 in Ross Taylor’s last ODI, and notwithstanding Stephan Myburgh momentarily upstaging his kindred valedictorian with a very fast 50 years to open the answer, the Dutch couldn’t keep up with the beat after his excusal, sinking to a 115-run rout.
Again the guests had the better of the initial trades in the wake of being welcome to bowl first, observing an early forward leap as Nicholls padded a top edge through to Scott Edwards off Klaassen in the fifth over, and yielding only 32 runs off the powerplay, however there would be no rehash of Saturday’s breakdown. Taylor would be made to stand by a decent while longer to make that big appearance for the last time, Guptill and Young calmly playing themselves in, seeing off the new ball and raising the fifty association in the fifteenth over.
The pair faced not many challenges against the Dutch spinners however gathered consistently; an intriguing drag-down from Seelaar permitting Guptill to go to fifty with a get through midwicket for the initial six of the innings, taking New Zealand to three figures all the while. Youthful would raise the century organization with the second, down the track to lift Rippon straight, prior to raising his own fifty in the following over, the hosts moving to 122-1 by the midway stage.
The main genuine possibility at long last came in the 34th over, Young pulling de Leede high toward the midwicket rope where O’Dowd, backtracking, took the catch however delivered it thinking he was going over the limit. Guptill would raise his seventeenth ODI century putting Rippon back to front over mid off for six, however would fall in the following over gloving a short ball from Klaassen.
The Netherlands would manage the cost of Taylor a praiseworthy watchman as he took the field, however the advancement flagged a late fightback from the guests. Youthful too would raise his ton with a six, going high over lengthy on off the cursed Rippon, however it would be a short stay for Talyor, a top-edged trudge bringing about an exceptional yield get for van Beek and a last innings of only 14. Youthful would go in the following over, stuck in front on the back foot by Dutt. It was trailed by a whirlwind of wickets; Colin De Grandhomme scratching Clayton Floyd behind and two balls later Michael Bracewell baffled down the leg side, however they did close to nothing to slow the scoring as forceful appearances from Doug Bracewell and Tom Latham saw the hosts add 65 in the last five overs to post a hilly 333-8.
On a cheap track that was at that point turning obviously and giving indications of variable skip, the objective was generally reasonable far off, yet Myburgh appeared to be altogether unfaltering. Moving back the years, Myburgh would deliver a one of a kind exhibition for his goodbye innings. It was Max O’Dowd that raised the fifty association in the 6th over, however he had contributed only eight of those runs as Myburgh made the most of anything wide or short raising his fifty off only 33 balls as the Dutch dashed to 74 without misfortune in the powerplay.
It was not to endure in any case, Colin de Grandhomme breaking the association at 81; Myburgh going for one hotshot to numerous as he selected Doug Bracewell on the square limit on the draw, going for 64 off only 43 balls. O’Dowd before long followed, LBW on survey to Doug Bracewell, and however Vikram Singh and Bas de Leede would add a further 46 for the third wicket, they would battle to coordinate the asking rate with the hosts offering them no speed ready. The necessary rate was up at eight an over when Singh fell LBW to Matt Henry on the last chunk of the 25th.. From that point, the Dutch center request quickly died down, Scott Edwards gloving Jamieson down the leg side, and de Leede stepping back and yorked by Henry in the following over, who might eliminate Seelaar fighting an all around guided bouncer to slip with his next ball as the Dutch fell from 128-2 to 144-6 in about 21 conveyances.
Michael Rippon and Logan van Beek would show some disobedience, Rippon clearing and switching easily just to tumble to a brilliant low catch from Michael Bracewell off Sodhi and van Beek threefold clearing the ropes prior to being stuck LBW by a similar bowler for 32. The pair had seen the guests pass the 200-mark, however with 121 still required off the last ten overs, the game was everything except gone. Notwithstanding the group clamoring for Taylor to bowl, it would be Matt Henry who might get back to finish a four-wicket take and wrap up the game – Aryan Dutt the last man to go, top edging a maneuver into the on side where, fittingly, Ross Taylor took the catch to finish off the match, series and a very exceptional vocation.
Brief score : New Zealand 333/8 in 50 overs (Will Young 120, Martin Guptill 106; Clayton Floyd 2-41) beat Netherlands 218/10 in 42.3 overs (Stephen Myburgh 64; Matt Henry 4-36) by 115 runs.