As the pitch was flat it was predicted earlier that it was sure to accumulate more runs in the match. In this situation, Jason Roy 1 (7) in the second over, Clin Bolt became the walk.
Next Salt and Malan formed a great partnership. There was also a good improvement in the scoring pace as the two started to accumulate runs at a consistent pace. With the partnership amassing more than 200 runs, Salt was unbeaten on 122 off 93 balls, including 14 fours and three sixes.
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Next Malan and Jazz Butler formed a partnership. Malan hit 125 off 109 balls, including 9 fours and 3 sixes. Ian Morgan also missed 0 (1) off the next ball, giving the Netherlands some relief.
Butler and Livingston then wildly began to chase the ball to the boundary. There were more sixes and fours. In the end, England were bowled out for 498/4 in 50 overs.
Butler hit 162 off 70 balls with 14 sixes and seven fours, while Livingston hit 66 off 22 balls with six sixes and four fours.
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