AUS Vs NED: Kangaroos tore all the pages of the record book, broke many records of India…

Australia’s world record: After a poor start in the World Cup, five-time champion team Australia has performed the best. The team is on a winning streak after three consecutive defeats. The biggest World Cup win by 309 runs in the match against Netherlands on Wednesday. With this, the team has created more than half a dozen records in its name. The Kangaroos performed brilliantly in the tournament. David Warner equaled Sachin Tendulkar’s record. About the records made in the match.

The biggest win in World Cup history

Australia beat Netherlands by 309 runs. Batting first, Maxwell (106) and Warner (104) gave a clean sweep to the Netherlands bowlers. Netherlands needs 400 runs to win. In reply, the Netherlands batsmen returned to the pavilion after scoring only 90 runs. This is Australia’s biggest victory so far. India defeated Bermuda by 257 runs in the 2007 World Cup.

maxwell’s century

Australian batsman Glenn Maxwell did not look in any special form before the Netherlands match, but when it came to form, everyone’s eyes were wide open. Maxwell scored the fastest century in the history of the World Cup. He took just 40 balls to reach his century. Maxwell scored 106 runs in 44 balls. He hit 9 fours and 9 sixes in this innings. He also became the fastest batsman to score a century for Australia.

Warner equaled Sachin Tendulkar

David Warner has been in deadly form, he played a record-breaking inning of 163 runs against Pakistan in the last match, followed by scoring back-to-back centuries in the Netherlands match, where he scored 104 runs. Both are joint second and have done so 6 times. Current Indian captain Rohit Sharma tops the list, having done it 7 times.

Players who gave away the most runs in ODIs

Netherlands’ Bas De Leede has become the player with the most runs in ODIs. He gave 115 runs in 10 overs at an economy of 11.50. Although he managed to take 2 wickets, he created an unforgettable record in his name. The previous record was in the name of Australian bowler Mick Lewis, who had given 113 runs.