Netherlands tour of Scotland, Scotland v Netherlands at Glasgow, Jul 1, 2014
Netherlands won by 44 runs
Played at Titwood, Glasgow
1 July 2014 (50-over match)
  Netherlands innings (50 overs maximum) R M B 4s 6s SR
View dismissal SJ Myburgh c †MacLeod b Evans 13 11 15 2 0 86.66
2.6 full this time and MacLeod just about clings on the the outside edge. An attractive start from Myburgh coems to an end. 17/1
View dismissal MR Swart c Coetzer b Leask 62 127 84 6 0 73.80
29.1 huge blow! Haq's mistake is reprieved almost immediately, as Coetzer takes a super catch at midwicket, low to his left, to get rid of Swart, who could have been very dangerous indeed. 124/4
View dismissal ES Szwarczynski lbw b Wardlaw 29 75 56 3 0 51.78
20.4 that was exactly what Scotland needed! Szwarczynski tries to whip a yorker through the leg side, but misses and is adjudicated LBW. Looked a little leg side from here but he has to go, and Scotland have their second wicket. 91/2
View dismissal W Barresi run out (Berrington) 9 27 16 0 0 56.25
26.1 from Sharif, good length ball, defended well. 118/3
View dismissal PW Borren* c †MacLeod b Davey 7 23 13 1 0 53.84
31.5 got him! Tried to flick the ball over the slips again, but only nicked it to the keeper. Borren walks too, which is always nice to see.3 141/5
View dismissal BN Cooper c Mommsen b Haq 10 17 10 0 1 100.00
32.1 another one goes, this time the tall Cooper. Tries to drive with the spin, but only succeeds in edging to the only slip, who takes a superb diving catch. Scotland really turning the screw now. 141/6
MJG Rippon not out 49 81 47 4 0 104.25
Mudassar Bukhari c Haq b Davey 7 16 12 0 0 58.33
View dismissal PM Seelaar c †MacLeod b Sharif 11 18 18 1 0 61.11
40.3 the kiss of death from the commentator, as Sharif gets on to shape away a touch. Seelaar never moved his feet and followed it, nicking it to MacLeod who took a good diving catch to his right with no slip in. 175/8
View dismissal MAA Jamil lbw b Leask 12 20 19 1 0 63.15
36.1 the change works immediately. Not a great ball, short and leg side, but it's pulled straight to Haq at short fine leg. Lucky, but Scotland will certainly take it. 159/7
45.4 gone this time, bit quicker, and Jamil played across the line attempting to sweep. Looked pretty adjacent. 208/9
PA van Meekeren not out 14 18 12 1 1 116.66
Extras (b 8, lb 10, w 10, nb 1) 29
  Total (9 wickets; 50 overs; 221 mins) 252 (5.04 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ  
View wicket AC Evans 5.1 0 19 1 3.67 (1nb, 1w)
2.6 to Myburgh, full this time and MacLeod just about clings on the the outside edge. An attractive start from Myburgh coems to an end. 17/1
View wicket I Wardlaw 10 1 55 1 5.50 (3w)
20.4 to Szwarczynski, that was exactly what Scotland needed! Szwarczynski tries to whip a yorker through the leg side, but misses and is adjudicated LBW. Looked a little leg side from here but he has to go, and Scotland have their second wicket. 91/2
View wickets JH Davey 10 0 49 2 4.90
31.5 to Borren, got him! Tried to flick the ball over the slips again, but only nicked it to the keeper. Borren walks too, which is always nice to see.3 141/5
36.1 to Jamil, the change works immediately. Not a great ball, short and leg side, but it's pulled straight to Haq at short fine leg. Lucky, but Scotland will certainly take it. 159/7
View wicket SM Sharif 10 2 33 1 3.30 (1w)
40.3 to Seelaar, the kiss of death from the commentator, as Sharif gets on to shape away a touch. Seelaar never moved his feet and followed it, nicking it to MacLeod who took a good diving catch to his right with no slip in. 175/8
View wickets MA Leask 9 0 55 2 6.11 (1w)
29.1 to Swart, huge blow! Haq's mistake is reprieved almost immediately, as Coetzer takes a super catch at midwicket, low to his left, to get rid of Swart, who could have been very dangerous indeed. 124/4
45.4 to Jamil, gone this time, bit quicker, and Jamil played across the line attempting to sweep. Looked pretty adjacent. 208/9
View wicket RM Haq 5.5 0 23 1 3.94 (1w)
32.1 to Cooper, another one goes, this time the tall Cooper. Tries to drive with the spin, but only succeeds in edging to the only slip, who takes a superb diving catch. Scotland really turning the screw now. 141/6
  Scotland innings (target: 253 runs from 50 overs) R M B 4s 6s SR
View dismissal KJ Coetzer* c †Barresi b Mudassar Bukhari 15 32 22 2 0 68.18
7.5 gone! bit of a fence from the skipper outside off stump, and Barresi dives to his right to take a superb one-handed catch. 38/1
CS MacLeod c van Meekeren b Seelaar 37 64 53 5 0 69.81
View dismissal HJW Gardiner lbw b Mudassar Bukhari 52 89 64 4 0 81.25
31.6 breakthrough! Borren brought back his openers for a wicket, and they've got a prized one. Tried to whip it away on the leg side, but it was too straight, and he looks pretty annoyed with life. 157/3
View dismissal PL Mommsen c Mudassar Bukhari b van Meekeren 45 62 59 4 0 76.27
32.5 that's bnad cricket. Mommsen gets bounced and top-edges it straight down to fine leg. In the match situation, that was not what was needed. Two new men at the crease. 161/4
View dismissal MA Leask c Seelaar b van Meekeren 8 14 5 1 0 160.00
34.5 they just keep going. Leask hit 42 against England not long ago off just 19 balls, but he has spliced a pull shot midwicket now, and Scotland are in very very deep trouble. 173/6
View dismissal RD Berrington lbw b Seelaar 0 2 2 0 0 0.00
33.2 another one goes! This pitch has turned, and Berrington was hit pretty much plumb in front. Serious wobble on now. 161/5
View dismissal JH Davey c Jamil b Mudassar Bukhari 12 37 19 1 0 63.15
39.6 gone now, and probably Scotland's hopes with him. Trying to turn another half-tracker into the leg side, he got a leading edge and it spooned to mid-on. 196/8
View dismissal SM Sharif b Jamil 4 13 9 0 0 44.44
36.3 that is unlucky. Sharif was playing back and it has kept low and cleaned him up. Majid Haq in next. 182/7
RM Haq not out 11 38 14 0 0 78.57
View dismissal I Wardlaw b van Meekeren 5 12 17 1 0 29.41
42.6 cleaned up, full and straight does the trick for van Meekeren, who has three wickets now, and deservedly so. Here comes Ally Evans, who has a back injury, but looks to be moving alright so may yet be able do a bit of damage. 202/9
View dismissal AC Evans c †Barresi b Jamil 3 8 7 0 0 42.85
44.6 and that is the end of that. Evans goes for another big mow and hits it straight up in the air. The keeper comes round and takes the catch, and the Netherlands win by 34 runs. 208/10
Extras (lb 4, w 11, nb 1) 16
  Total (all out; 45 overs; 190 mins) 208 (4.62 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ  
View wickets Mudassar Bukhari 9 2 21 3 2.33 (1nb, 2w)
7.5 to Coetzer, gone! bit of a fence from the skipper outside off stump, and Barresi dives to his right to take a superb one-handed catch. 38/1
31.6 to Gardiner, breakthrough! Borren brought back his openers for a wicket, and they've got a prized one. Tried to whip it away on the leg side, but it was too straight, and he looks pretty annoyed with life. 157/3
39.6 to Davey, gone now, and probably Scotland's hopes with him. Trying to turn another half-tracker into the leg side, he got a leading edge and it spooned to mid-on. 196/8
View wickets MAA Jamil 8 2 34 2 4.25 (3w)
36.3 to Sharif, that is unlucky. Sharif was playing back and it has kept low and cleaned him up. Majid Haq in next. 182/7
44.6 to Evans, and that is the end of that. Evans goes for another big mow and hits it straight up in the air. The keeper comes round and takes the catch, and the Netherlands win by 34 runs. 208/10
View wickets PA van Meekeren 10 0 40 3 4.00 (2w)
32.5 to Mommsen, that's bnad cricket. Mommsen gets bounced and top-edges it straight down to fine leg. In the match situation, that was not what was needed. Two new men at the crease. 161/4
34.5 to Leask, they just keep going. Leask hit 42 against England not long ago off just 19 balls, but he has spliced a pull shot midwicket now, and Scotland are in very very deep trouble. 173/6
42.6 to Wardlaw, cleaned up, full and straight does the trick for van Meekeren, who has three wickets now, and deservedly so. Here comes Ally Evans, who has a back injury, but looks to be moving alright so may yet be able do a bit of damage. 202/9
View wickets PM Seelaar 8 0 42 2 5.25
33.2 to Berrington, another one goes! This pitch has turned, and Berrington was hit pretty much plumb in front. Serious wobble on now. 161/5
  MJG Rippon 5 0 32 0 6.40 (1w)
  MR Swart 4 0 26 0 6.50
  SJ Myburgh 1 0 9 0 9.00

Match details


Toss - Netherlands, who chose to bat
Umpires - AJT Dowdalls and EM Young
Reserve umpire - JMB McClymont

Match Notes


    • Netherlands innings: 1x7 ball over (Over no 12)
 
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