Australia posted a formidable total of 399-8 in their 50-over ICC World Cup 2023 match against the Netherlands in New Delhi.

David Warner scored his 6th century in ICC World Cup matches, closing in on Rohit Sharma's record of 7 centuries.

Glenn Maxwell set a new record for the fastest century in the history of the ICC World Cup, achieving the milestone in just 40 balls.

This match marked the second instance in World Cup history where an Australian innings featured two centuries.

Warner and Australian captain Pat Cummins formed an outstanding partnership of 103 runs, setting a new record for the highest 7th-wicket stand for Australia in World Cup history.

Netherlands' Bas de Leede conceded 115 runs in his 10 overs, establishing an unwanted record for the most runs given by a bowler in an ODI innings.

Australian spinner Adam Zampa continued his excellent form, securing his 12th 4-wicket haul in ODIs, second only to Shane Warne's 13 for Australia.

Australia achieved a historic victory by defeating the Netherlands with a remarkable margin of 309 runs, making it the largest-ever win by runs in the history of the ICC World Cup.