Records Australia broke with 309-run win | Cricket World Cup

By Arpita Singh
Published on | Oct 25, 2023

The Aussies do it again!

Aussies who had handed 275-run loss to Afghanistan in 2015 broke their own record by defeating NED by 309, the biggest loss ever in the history of WC

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First-rate Zampa!

Adam Zampa became the first Australian bowler to get 4-wicket haul for 3rd time in a row at the World Cup

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The Australian supremacy

Maxwell, Warner smash tons as this became only 2nd time in WC history that 2 Aussies got 100s. Previously, Warner & Marsh hit 100s vs PAK in 2023

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Red-hot Warner!

Warner who became 4th AUS player to get consecutive 100s after Waugh (1996), Ponting (2003-07), Hayden (2007) also has most WC tons (6) among Aussies

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Warner equals Tendulkar record!

With 6 WC tons he joined India's legendary Sachin Tendulkar and also become fastest Aussie to reach his 22nd ODI ton (153 innings)

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Delhi witnesses 'Max'-press!

40-ball 100! Maxi in his 106-run knock scored fastest ton in WC history going past SA's Markram's previous record of 49 balls vs SL in 2023 edition

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Maxi, the superstar!

Maxwell's 40-ball effort is fastest 100 by any Aussie in ODIs. He struck 8 6s- 2nd most by an Aussie in a WC game, along with Adam Gilchrist, Ponting

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A partnership like none!

Maxwell-Cummins added 107 runs for 7th wicket- highest for AUS for the same or lower down the order at World Cup

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Smith returns to form & how!

Steven Smith who scored 71 vs NED now has 2nd-most 50+ scores (10) in World Cup for Australia after Ponting (11)

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Kangaroos' Hegemony!

400-run target vs NED is Australia's highest total in WC match in India; 2nd highest in WC overall. It is highest total by any side vs Dutch in WC

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Embarrassment for the Dutch!

From Netherlands' perspective, Bas de Leede's spell of 2 for 115 was the most expensive in ODI history

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