Calum Macleod scored an unbeaten 140 off just 94 balls as Scotland registered their highest score in ODIs, ending at 371/5 in their 50 overs after being put into bat by England.
Macleod's 140* was his 4th highest ODI score, earlier he has registered scores of 175 (vs Canada), 157* (vs Afghanistan) and 154 (vs Papua New Guinea).
Well batted Calum MacLeod 👏Scorecard/Clips: https://t.co/jfiI2ZTkZE#SCOvENG pic.twitter.com/Rrlxgf3Aeu— England Cricket (@englandcricket) June 10, 2018
Well batted Calum MacLeod 👏Scorecard/Clips: https://t.co/jfiI2ZTkZE#SCOvENG pic.twitter.com/Rrlxgf3Aeu
Captain Kyle Coetzer and Matthew Cross put on a 103-run opening stand for Scotland, which was their first ever century stand against England. The partnership between M Cross and K Coetzer was the joint fourth highest opening partnership in ODIs for Scotland.
This was also Coetzer's 50th ODI match. The Scotland skipper was dismissed for 58, which was his 13th half-century, third against England and also his fifth consecutive at Edinburgh.
There was also a partnership of 93 runs between MacLeod and Berrington for the 3rd wicket. The best 3rd wicket partnership for Scotland v England in ODIs.
George Munsey, playing his 15th ODI match registered his first ever half-century, scoring 55.
This was also the highest team total at Edinburgh.
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