NED vs ENG: Twitter Erupts As Jos Buttler, Liam Livingstone's Fireworks Helps England Set World Record Highest ODI Total Of 498 vs Netherlands

England wicket-keeper batter Jos Buttler carried over his IPL type to worldwide cricket, smashing the second-fastest hundred in ODIs by an English batter, the second-fastest 150 by a batter in ODI historical past, en path to serving to England pile up the highest-ever ODI complete.

The primary of the 3-match ODI collection between the 2 groups obtained underway on Friday, with the Englishmen batting first. Jason Roy fell for 1 within the second over of the sport however what adopted was unreal batsmanship from the World champions.

Philip Salt and Dawid Malan started rebuilding the innings and picked up the tempo as soon as they had been settled. They introduced up their respective lots of in a partnership that put up 222 on the board.

Jos Buttler
Jos Buttler (Picture: Twitter)

Salt scored 14 fours and three sixes in his 93-ball 122-run knock whereas Malan took extra time, scoring 125 in 109 balls with 9 fours and a most.

The Dutch may need thought the worst was behind them however it was but to come back. Buttler, coming into the collection on the again of his best-ever IPL season, raced away to his fifty in 27 balls.

He continued the carnage, smashing sixes at will and citing his century in 47 balls, one ball greater than his personal report for England. Though Malan and Eoin Morgan fell off successive deliveries, Liam Livingstone made positive the run stream continued.

Liam Livingstone
Liam Livingstone (Picture: England cricket)

The suitable-hander scored his 50 in simply 17 balls, the joint-second quickest in ODI historical past. It included a 32-run over off Philippe Boissevain, who recorded the 4th worst figures in ODI historical past (0/108 in 10 overs).

Buttler and Livingstone placed on 91 runs in simply 32 balls, with the previous citing his 150 off 65 balls, one ball greater than the report held by AB de Villiers (64 balls towards WI).

They ended up with 498/4 on the board, the highest-ever complete in ODI historical past, beating their very own report of 481 they piled up towards Australia.

Right here’s how Twitter reacted to Jos Buttler and England’s innings: