In the match played in Rotterdam, the Netherlands team managed to score 298 runs for the loss of 8 wickets in the allotted 50 overs in pursuit of 315 runs.
On behalf of the host team, captain Scott Edwards remained unbeaten with 71 runs off 60 balls. While Tom Cooper and Vikramjeet Singh returned to the pavilion with 65 and 65 runs respectively.
On behalf of Pakistani bowlers, Haris Rauf and Naseem Shah took 3, 3 wickets while Muhammad Wasim Jr. and Muhammad Nawaz took 1, 1 wicket.
Earlier, Pakistan won the toss and batted first, and scored 314 runs against the host team.
In the beginning, the national batsmen looked troubled, but opener Imamul-Haq returned to the pole by scoring just 2 runs off 19 balls.
Later, Fakhar Zaman and Babar Azam batted cautiously to bring the score to 178. On this occasion, the captain returned to the pavilion after scoring 74 runs off 85 balls.
Then Fakhar Zaman got out after playing a brilliant inning of 196 and 109 runs and stabilized the team’s position, the new players Muhammad Rizwan 14, Khush Dil Shah 21, and Muhammad Nawaz 4 runs left the pavilion while Shadab Khan 48. And Salman started not out with 27 runs.