How Logan van Beek’s innings changed the course of the match.

How Logan van Beek’s innings changed the course of the match.


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Logan van Beek smashed the record for the biggest Super Over score in international cricket as the Netherlands beat West Indies by 4 runs in a thrilling finish in Harare on Wednesday.

The Netherlands chased down West Indies’ 375 with 10 balls to spare in the regulation 50 overs, but the two teams were tied after the Super Over.

Van Beek came in to bat for the Netherlands in the Super Over and he hit every ball to the boundary, scoring 30 runs off the six deliveries.

This is the highest score ever recorded in a Super Over, breaking the previous record of 28 runs set by India’s Suresh Raina against South Africa in 2010.

Van Beek’s innings was a masterclass in power hitting, as he smashed three fours and three sixes. He also hit the ball as hard as he could, with some of his shots even clearing the boundary ropes.

His performance was a major factor in the Netherlands’ victory, and it will be remembered as one of the most memorable Super Overs in cricket history.

The Netherlands’ win was a major upset, as West Indies are one of the favorites to win the World Cup Qualifier. However, the Dutch side showed that they are not to be underestimated, and they will be a dangerous team in the tournament.

Van Beek’s innings was a huge moment for Dutch cricket, and it will be one that they will remember for years to come. He is a rising star in the game, and he has the potential to be one of the best batsmen in the world.

The Super Over was a thrilling end to a close match, and it was a fitting way to decide the winner. Van Beek’s innings was the difference between the two teams, and it was a performance that will be remembered for a long time.

Here are some additional details about the match:

The Netherlands were set a target of 375 to win, and they reached it with 10 balls to spare.
Teja Nidamanuru top-scored for the Netherlands with 111 runs, while Logan van Beek scored 28 runs off 14 balls.
West Indies were bowled out for 374 in their 50 overs, with Shai Hope top-scoring with 123 runs.
Jason Holder took three wickets for West Indies, while Logan van Beek took two wickets for the Netherlands.
The Super Over was tied at 20-20, but the Netherlands won the match on boundary countback.
This is a historic moment for Dutch cricket, and it is a sign that they are a team on the rise. Van Beek is a special talent, and he has the potential to be one of the best batsmen in the world.

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