Jason Roy And joss butler The Netherlands collapsed on Wednesday as England won the third one-day international by eight wickets with almost 20 overs to spare, sealing the series 3-0. Roy’s unbeaten 101 was his 10th One Day International century at Amstelveen, with Butler, standing in for the injured captain. Eoin Morgan, played an innings of 86 not out. Earlier, the Netherlands were all out for 244, falling 203-3 in the 40th over, a total that never looked remote enough against power-packed England. The 50-over world champions again underlined the quality gap between the two sides after registering a six-wicket win in the second game with an overall world record of 498-4 in the first ODI.
But Roy completed his century in 86 balls, with Butler, who scored an unbeaten 162 in the first match of the series, hitting five sixes in his dynamic performance.
Man of the Series, Butler said, “Another great win.”
“I thought we played really well with the ball, got them restricted, took wickets at crucial times and again displayed great batting.
“I feel good. Don’t worry too much, just keep going and enjoy it when I’m playing well.
“A lot of cricket is happening in a short span of time, which is very exciting.
“With more people on this journey we have gained a lot of depth in the team and furthered the competition in the team, which is what we want to see.”
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