In the third ODI between England and the Netherlands on 22 June, England won the three-match series 3-0, registering a 8 wicket win. In the third match, the Netherlands team had set a target of 244 runs in front of the England team.
Which the England team achieved in 30.1 overs due to Jason Roy’s brilliant century and Jos Buttler’s quick innings of 86 runs and won the match very easily. During England’s batting, a strange incident happened in the 29th over.
Paul van Meijer of Netherlands was bowling in this over. The fifth ball of the 29th over came out of the bowler’s hand and went out from the leg side of the pitch after hitting twice. On which Jos Buttler hit hard by changing his position.
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The ball went straight out of the ground and England got a six off the no ball. It was a strange ball in itself and the six it hit was probably one of the easiest sixes hit in international cricket.
Jason Roy was given the Player of the Match award for his outstanding century, while Jos Buttler was given the Player of the Series award for his outstanding batting performance throughout the series. The England team won the previous two ODIs by 232 runs and 6 wickets.