Jos Buttler smashed a 47-ball century for England (Picture: Getty)
England have made the highest one-day international total in history as Jos Buttler’s stunning 47-ball century helped the side break the record they set in 2018.
Eoin Morgan’s side surpassed the 481-6 they made against Australia four years ago against a shell-shocked Netherlands in Amstelveen.
Buttler’s hundred was the second fastest in ODI history by an England player, with the 31-year-old failing to break the record by just one ball.
Liam Livingstone made the second-fastest ODI half-century, reaching the milestone from just 17 balls, while Dawid Malan and Phil Salt made tons at better than a run-a-ball.
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