West Indies opener Shy Hope Making his 11th ODI century, he reduced his side to 45 overs against the Netherlands in Amsterdam on Tuesday to win by seven wickets. Although the Dutch scored only 240 for seven, the target was adjusted to 247 under the Dickworth-Lewis method, which the West Indies passed with 11 balls to spare. Hope, who scored 119 not out, and fellow opener Shamara Brooks were caught in a rapidly wet situation that led the Dutch seamers to add 120 for the first wicket.
Brooks scored 60 off 67 balls before Logan Van Beck dismissed him with a superb comeback.
But Hope kept his head down and found a solid ally in Brendon King, an unbeaten 116-run partnership for the fourth wicket.
Hope scored 100 off 113 balls and 119 off 130 balls, including 12 fours and two sixes.
Once Hope reached his century, King, moving to the other end, hit Van Beck with a six and a four off consecutive balls.
The 27-year-old Jamaican posted his first ODI fifty and became a club. Ryan Klein The winning boundary ended at 58 off 51 balls.
Singh was particularly impressive, hitting six fours and two sixes in 47 off 45 balls. But when he lost his temper at the review. Aqeel Hussain The innings lost its initial momentum.
Teja NadamaanuroAn all-rounder who has featured for Auckland in the past, brought him back on track, marking his ODI debut with 58 off 51 balls, which saw the Netherlands take seven wickets in their 45 overs. Delivered 240 runs at a loss.
The result gives the West Indies a 1-0 lead in the three-match series, with the second ODI being played in Amsterdam on Thursday.
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