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Santner’s five-for helps New Zealand beat Netherlands by 99 runs

Will Young, Rachin Ravindra, and Tom Latham all cracked half-centuries for New Zealand.

by NWMNewsDesk
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New Zealand roared to a second successive victory at the World Cup as they beat the Netherlands by 99 runs in Hyderabad on Monday, with Mitchell Santner taking five wickets.

Will Young, Rachin Ravindra, and Tom Latham all cracked half-centuries for New Zealand.

The Netherlands lost a couple of early wickets chasing 323 and had some hope when Colin Ackermann (69) was at the wicket, but their target proved too steep and they folded for 223 in 46.3 overs with spinner Santner taking 5-59.

New Zealand built a good platform with Devon Conway (32), Young (70), Ravindra (51), Daryl Mitchell (48) and Latham (53) all firing, and although the Dutch responded they leaked runs late on and let the 2019 runners-up post 322-7 in 50 overs.

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The Dutch spin-pace duo of Aryan Dutt and Ryan Klein earlier started with three straight maiden overs after they won the toss and elected to bowl although Young and Conway quickly broke the shackles to get New Zealand back on track.

Mitchell and skipper Latham kept the score ticking briskly but their dismissals slowed things down before Santner struck an unbeaten 36 from 17 deliveries as New Zealand plundered 50 runs from the last three overs.

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