Max O'Dowd
Max O’Dowd (Picture Supply: Twitter)

Netherlands beat Zimbabwe by 5 wickets to register their first Tremendous 12 win within the T20 World Cup 2022 event on Wednesday (November 2). Netherlands misplaced their opening three video games within the Tremendous 12 spherical and had been kicked out of the race for the semi-final spherical after their six-wicket loss in opposition to Pakistan. However they produced a formidable all-round show in opposition to Zimbabwe to earn a deserved and memorable win at Adelaide Oval.

Paul van Meekeren took three wickets and Bas de Leede grabbed two to bowl out Zimbabwe on simply 117 runs whereas bowling first. Then the star batter Max O’Dowd smashed 52 runs off simply 47 balls to information his workforce to an enormous five-wicket win when 12 balls remained. Nonetheless, two factors have not helped them a lot within the factors desk however they hammered Zimbabwe’s probabilities to complete within the high two positions for certain. 

We do not get the identical quantity of funding as different groups get: Max O’Dowd

O’Dowd received the participant of the match award for his good fifty and credited his workforce for an enormous win in a post-match press convention. He lauded his teammates for collective workforce efforts and in addition revealed their struggles when requested concerning the workforce’s future plans as Dutch cricketers are making a reputation for themselves in opposition to robust opponents. 

“It is a combination and i feel it involves fundamental funding. We do not get the identical quantity of funding as different groups get and there’s no actual money concerned for us to be skilled cricketers. A number of guys need to go abroad to play and earn cash. Guys are working two jobs and in addition enjoying cricket full-time which has helped us enhance the sport and it’s a huge level for me,” Max O’Dowd answered to a query from CricTracker reporter Umesh Sharma in a post-match convention.

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