Barmy Army having a ball at VRA Cricket Ground, Amstelveen

Barmy Army

Aryan Surana

Ardent supporters of England, the Barmy Army rejoiced themselves at the VRA Cricket Ground in Amstelveen once action kicked off after a weather-enforced delay. The loyalists are playing trumpets, cheering and clapping for the visitors who have, as expected, had the upper hand over Netherlands so far in the second ODI which has been pruned to 41 overs per side due to rain. The opposition captain Scott Edwards has gone through the line and lofted the ball straight over the infield to bring up his fifty. He now has back-to-back half-centuries under his belt and the Dutch side would bank on their skipper to convert it into a daddy hundred.