RESULT
3rd ODI, Amstelveen, June 22, 2022, England tour of Netherlands
(30.1/50 ov, T:245) 248/2

England won by 8 wickets (with 119 balls remaining)

Player Of The Match
101* (86)
jason-roy
Player Of The Series
248 runs
jos-buttler
Match centre 
Scores: Ranjith P
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Comms: Andrew Miller
Scorecard summary
Netherlands 244/10(49.2 overs)
David Willey4/36 (8.2)
Brydon Carse2/49 (8)
England 248/2(30.1 overs)

Jos Buttler is Player of the series: "Great victory, picked up wickets at crucial times. In good form, keep going when you're in good form. There's a lot of cricket coming up in a short space of time, more guys standing up on this trip. Payne threatening on debut, Brydon's exciting, a deep pool of players. And we're incredibly fortunate to have the Barmy Army, Amsterdam away is a pretty good trip."

And with that, Buttler raises the series trophy, and the team poses for photos. And on that note, I'm outta here, cos it's all kicking off now, as the summer of endless England cricket gets into full swing. Tune in tomorrow for the third Test against New Zealand at Headingley. From Miller, Alan, Ranjith and Matt "Rovin'" Roller, currently hunting for Kookaburras in the Amstelveen trees, it's thank you and goodbye.

Scott Edwards: "We took some good learnings from it, the boys will be better for it. I'm seeing it pretty well. Credit to England they bowled really well after that 30th over and tied us down."

Time for some presentations

Roy is the Player of the Match: "Very chuffed to finish on a high, and send our fans home with a smile on their faces. We've always prided ourselves on our standards, the bowlers were great and made up for Payney getting his first wicket. A good benchmark but a big test this summer.[New boys] look like they've played 50 games, the future's bright. The fans have been unbelievable, we should make a habit of coming here."

4.03pm So handshakes all round. It's been a chastening finish to the series for the Dutch, but a hugely successful week in every other right for the hosts, who've finally had the World Champions in their back-yard for a full series. Roy and Buttler finish the match in style, after van Meekeren's two in three balls briefly dented England's momentum. For the Dutch, a trio of fifties showed their abilities in a burgeoning middle-order, led once again by their new captain Scott Edwards, who passed 200 runs for the series at more than a run a ball.

James : "Jos has hit almost as many trees in this series as I did playing golf yesterday!"

Ed: "Double the score at 30 overs they say - with these two going like this there is scope for a seriously big one if England had been batting first. " Well yes, what might have been!

Amit: "Such kind of series are really heart breaking for cricket playing nations like Netherlands. On other hand they will also learn a lot by playing against big players like Buttler, Roy, Livingstone. The only thins is such countries should have nice coach who can let players learn from such matches and grow fast" I disagree. Playing with the big boys can only help in the long run. And Amstelveen's spectators have had a treat too!

Brian : "Bearing in mind how economical James Anderson is why isn't he still involved in limited overs cricket? Is it simply an age issue I. E. Saving himself for tests?" He's still England's leading wicket-taker in ODIs which is amusing, but yes, that ship sailed seven years ago!

30.1
6
Pringle to Buttler, SIX runs

looped into the blockhole, and Buttler clears the commentary box! Those dismissive wrists send the ball hi-tailing for the trees at wide long-on, and England win with a ball less than 20 overs to spare

end of over 3016 runs
ENG: 242/2CRR: 8.06 RRR: 0.15 • Need 3 from 20 overs
Jason Roy101 (86b 15x4)
Jos Buttler80 (63b 7x4 4x6)
Bas de Leede 2-0-22-0
Paul van Meekeren 7-0-59-2
29.6
4
de Leede to Roy, FOUR runs

full length, straight-lined biff, Roy has his tenth ODI hundred! Clean through long off, off comes the helmet, it's been a masterful knock and it makes up for his lack of input in the 498. England are almost there now

29.5
1
de Leede to Buttler, 1 run

on the back foot, tapped back down the pitch. Hands the strike back for Roy to do his worst...

Now then Jos... your move

29.4
1
de Leede to Roy, 1 run

fuller length, into the toes, clipped to mid-on

29.3
4
de Leede to Roy, FOUR runs

belted at the top of the bounce and clean through the covers! Pierces the inner ring and he's a blow away from that hundred now!

29.3
1w
de Leede to Roy, 1 wide

slides down the leg side. One fewer run for Roy to play with... he might need to seal it in this over!

29.2
4
de Leede to Roy, FOUR runs

thumped down on the ball, clean through long-on! An upside-down drive, clearing the front leg and he bashes into the 90s

29.1
1
de Leede to Buttler, 1 run

very wide line, dipping on the crease, good delivery, hidden outside Buttler's arc, and tapped into the covers

end of over 2926 runs
ENG: 226/2CRR: 7.79 RRR: 0.90 • Need 19 from 21 overs
Jos Buttler78 (61b 7x4 4x6)
Jason Roy88 (82b 12x4)
Paul van Meekeren 7-0-59-2
Bas de Leede 1-0-6-0
28.6
1
van Meekeren to Buttler, 1 run

line and length, boos ring out as Buttler declines to have a hack and instead dabs into the covers to keep the strike... you know what I was saying about going loco from a standing start... I sense it's happening...

28.5
6
van Meekeren to Buttler, SIX runs

Uh oh ... Buttler's got his romp on! A catastrophic golf swing, through the line, vast and straight over long ... off, on, all of it!

28.5
7nb
van Meekeren to Buttler, (no ball) SIX runs

astonishing! a double-bouncing, misdirected looper from the back of the hand, plops on the crease line, way down the leg side, so Buttler romps into position and ponies the uppercut over fine leg! It's a Free Hit too!

28.4
van Meekeren to Buttler, no run

swished across the line, deflects off the pad

28.3
4
van Meekeren to Buttler, FOUR runs

sits up in the pitch, and blatted across the line to cow corner! Picks the gap, or rather, doesn't give the fielder a moment's thought, and a couple of bounces over the rope

28.2
6
van Meekeren to Buttler, SIX runs

massacred into the stands! Good length on middle and leg, a wipe of the wrists and that is high and massive! A huge square boundary and cleared with disdain!

28.1
2
van Meekeren to Buttler, 2 runs

short ball, hops into an uppercut, can't connect properly

end of over 286 runs
ENG: 200/2CRR: 7.14 RRR: 2.04 • Need 45 from 22 overs
Jos Buttler53 (54b 6x4 1x6)
Jason Roy88 (82b 12x4)
Bas de Leede 1-0-6-0
Paul van Meekeren 6-0-33-2

Chinmay: "Roy can easily get a ton until buttler finishes the show with his power hitting" Ordinarily it would be a cruise, but yes, these players have a habit of going loco from a standing start

27.6
1
de Leede to Buttler, 1 run

on the back foot, nudged to midwicket and up comes the 200

27.5
de Leede to Buttler, no run

cutter, gripping from back of a length, pressed carefully to cover

Rick Rocket: "26 6's the other day, 1 today. No question that the England boys have been threatened with buying replacements for the balls they lose. Not sure that's cricket!" Same blokes, different strokes

27.4
1
de Leede to Roy, 1 run

sits up, back of a length, slammed hard down to deep midwicket

27.3
4
de Leede to Roy, FOUR runs

belted with disdain off the good length! Once bounce over long-on, and Roy marches onwards. That's kind of what he intended with the previous ball

27.2
de Leede to Roy, no run

kneels into a flogged drive, off the toe-end to mid-on, to a loud cry of "not now!" A brisk 85mph on that ball

Best performances - batters
JJ Roy
JJ Roy ENG
101 runs (86)
15 fours0 six
Control
73%
Productive shot
pull
16 runs
2 fours0 six
1661401815824
JC Buttler
JC Buttler ENG
86 runs (64)
7 fours5 sixes
Control
83%
Productive shot
slog shot
22 runs
1 four3 sixes
4110213152120
Best performances - bowlers
DJ Willey
DJ Willey ENG
O
8.2
M
0
R
36
W
4
ECO
4.32
FTYFGSGS
OFFLEG
RHB
3W
LEGOFF
LHB
1W
BA Carse
BA Carse ENG
O
8
M
0
R
49
W
2
ECO
6.12
FTYFGSGS
OFFLEG
RHB
1W
1W
Match details
VRA Ground, Amstelveen
TossEngland, elected to field first
Series
Season2022
Player Of The Match
England
Jason Roy
Player Of The Series
England
Jos Buttler
Series resultEngland won the 3-match series 3-0
Match numberODI no. 4417
Match days22 June 2022 - day (50-over match)
ODI debut
David Payne
David Payne
Umpires
Australia
Paul Reiffel
Netherlands
Rizwan Akram
TV Umpire
Netherlands
Adriaan van den Dries
Reserve Umpire
Netherlands
Nitin Bathi
Match Referee
West Indies
Richie Richardson
PointsEngland 10, Netherlands 0
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