Fifties from Will Young, Rachin Ravindra and Tom Latham take New Zealand to 322/7

New Zealand and the Netherlands locked horns for match 6 of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad on Monday.

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New Zealand and the Netherlands locked horns for match 6 of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad on Monday.The Netherlands captain Scott Edwards won the toss and opted to field first. Kane Williamson was still not fully fit to take the field and hence Tom Latham had to lead the captains once more. (Image: AP)

The Netherlands made an inspired start in the match as they dished out three maidens upfront. Three of those two overs were bowled by off-spinner Aryan Dutt. (Image: AP)

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The Netherlands made an inspired start in the match as they dished out three maidens upfront. Three of those two overs were bowled by off-spinner Aryan Dutt. (Image: AP)

After enduring a slow start, Will Young (left) and Devon Conway started playing their shots as the two Blackcaps openers completed a 50-run partnership. (Image: AP)

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After enduring a slow start, Will Young (left) and Devon Conway started playing their shots as the two Blackcaps’ openers completed a 50-run partnership. (Image: AP)

Roelof van der Merwe gave the Netherlands their first breakthrough as he got Devon Conway caught in the deep by Bas de Leede. The centurion from New Zealand's first match departed on just 32 with New Zealand at 67/1 in 12.1 overs. (Image: AP)

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Roelof van der Merwe gave the Netherlands their first breakthrough as he got Devon Conway caught in the deep by Bas de Leede. The centurion from New Zealand’s first match departed on just 32 with New Zealand at 67/1 in 12.1 overs. (Image: AP)

Will Young was dismissed on a first-ball duck against England. But the New Zealand opener made the most of the opportunity against the Netherlands he struck a fifty. (Image: AP)

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Will Young was dismissed on a first-ball duck against England. But the New Zealand opener made the most of the opportunity against the Netherlands he struck a fifty. (Image: AP)

Paul van Meekeren gave the Netherlands their second breakthrough as he dismissed Will Yong in the 27th over. Young walked back after scoring 70 in 80 balls as New Zealand were 144/2. (Image: )

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Paul van Meekeren gave the Netherlands their second breakthrough as he dismissed Will Yong in the 27th over. Young walked back after scoring 70 in 80 balls as New Zealand were 144/2. (Image: AP)

Rachin Ravindra came up with another decent offering with the bat as he completed his fifty. The young batter struck hundred on his World Cup debut against England in the first match of the tournament. The youngster departed soon after getting to fifty as he edged a delivery by Roelof van der Merwe and was caught by Scott Edwards behind the wickets. New Zealand were 185/3 at the fall of Ravindra's wicket. (Image: AP)

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Rachin Ravindra came up with another decent offering with the bat as he completed his fifty. The young batter struck hundred on his World Cup debut against England in the first match of the tournament. The youngster departed soon after getting to fifty as he edged a delivery by Roelof van der Merwe and was caught by Scott Edwards behind the wickets. New Zealand were 185/3 at the fall of Ravindra’s wicket. (Image: AP)

Darly Mitchell came up handy knock of 48 in 47 balls.

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Darly Mitchell came up handy knock of 48 in 47 balls. (Image: AP)

Darly Mitchell was dismissed on the first ball of the 40th over as he was clean bowled by Paul van Meekeren. New Zealand's score at the fall of Mitchell's wicket read 238/4. (Image: AP)

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Darly Mitchell was dismissed on the first ball of the 40th over as he was clean bowled by Paul van Meekeren. New Zealand’s score at the fall of Mitchell’s wicket read 238/4. (Image: AP)

New Zealand skipper Tom Latham came up with a handy fifty lower down the order. Latham scored 53 in 46 balls before getting dismissed. With some lusty hits by Mitchell Santner (36 in 17) in the death overs New Zealand finished with 321/7 in 50 overs. (Image: AP)

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New Zealand skipper Tom Latham came up with a handy fifty lower down the order. Latham scored 53 in 46 balls before getting dismissed. With some lusty hits by Mitchell Santner (36 in 17) in the death overs New Zealand finished with 321/7 in 50 overs. (Image: AP)

Chasing 322 to win, the Netherlands were off to a poor start as Matt Henry clean bowled Dutch opener Vikramjit Singh in the 6th over of the second innings. Singh could make only 12.

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Chasing 322 to win, the Netherlands were off to a poor start as Matt Henry clean bowled Dutch opener Vikramjit Singh in the 6th over of the second innings. Singh could make only 12 as the Netherlands were 21/1. (Image: AP)

 Max ODowd was the next Dutch batter to depart as Mitchell Santner trapped him dead in front of the wickets in the 11th over. ODowd made 16 in 31 balls as the Netherlands were left struggling at 43/2. (Image: AP)

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Max ODowd was the next Dutch batter to depart as Mitchell Santner trapped him dead in front of the wickets in the 11th over. ODowd made 16 in 31 balls as the Netherlands were left struggling at 43/2. (Image: AP)

Hero from the Netherlands's first match, Bas de Leede could not contribute much with the bat this time around as he hit a ball from Rachin Ravindra straight down the ground but was expertly caught by Trent Boult. de Leede was dismissed on 18 as Netherlands were 67/3. (Image: AP)

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Hero from the Netherlands’s first match, Bas de Leede could not contribute much with the bat this time around as he hit a ball from Rachin Ravindra straight down the ground but was expertly caught by Trent Boult. de Leede was dismissed on 18 as Netherlands were 67/3. (Image: AP)

 Teja Nidamanuru  was the next Dutch batter to be dismissed as miscommunication between him and Colin Ackermann led to him getting run-out. Nidamanuru  made 21 in 26 balls as the Netherlands were 117/4. (Image: AP)

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Teja Nidamanuru was the next Dutch batter to be dismissed as miscommunication between him and Colin Ackermann led to him getting run-out. Nidamanuru made 21 in 26 balls as the Netherlands were 117/4. (Image: AP)

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