England beat the Netherlands by six wickets in a shortened second ODI at VRA cricket ground outside Amsterdam on Sunday.
Heavy rain overnight delayed the start of the match with officials waiting for wet patches to dry next to the bat-friendly pitch and on the outfield.
The hosts won the toss and opted to bat, scoring 236-7 in 41 overs. Newly-minted Dutch captain Scott Edwards scored an admirable 78 before being run out.
England opener Phil Salt hit 77 off 54 balls before falling to Dutch youngster Arjan Dutt who also claimed the scalp of fellow opener Jason Roy.
Roy, who scored a single run in England’s record total of 498 on Friday, redeemed himself by hitting 73 off 60 balls.
The win by the world champions gives them an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series, with the final match to be played at the same venue on Wednesday.
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