8 records broken simultaneously in AFG vs. IRE friendly, Andrew Balbirnie has achieved this milestone

Ireland’s cricket team

The Irish team finally got its first win in the Test format after seven games. In the match played at the Abu Dhabi Stadium, the Irish team successfully reached the target of 111 runs in the fourth innings of the match and won by 6 wickets. In this match, captain Andrew Balbirnie made an important contribution to the team’s victory by scoring 58 runs for the Irish team in the final innings. A total of 8 records were broken in this game, of which the Irish team broke the maximum.

Andrew Balbirnie is the Irish player who has played the most Test matches

In Test cricket, Ireland have played very few matches so far, in which the team has played 8 matches, only playing a series of 2 matches. Meanwhile, Irish team captain Andrew Balbirnie is the player who has played the most Test matches for his country, breaking the record of Andy McBrien who played 7 Test matches for Ireland. Apart from that, Balbirnie is now the player who took the most catches in a Test match for Ireland, he took four catches in that game against Afghanistan. At the same time, Balbirnie is now the player who has taken the most catches in the Ireland Test. At the same time, Irish player Lorcan Tucker set the record for being involved in the most dismissals in a Test match innings for his country, taking four catches in the first innings as wicketkeeper.

Mark Adair leaves Andy McBrien behind

In this match, Mark Adair played the most important role with the ball in the Irish team’s victory where he took a total of 8 wickets in the game. At the same time, Adair now has a total of 18 wickets to his name in Test cricket and is also the bowler to take the most wickets for his country in the format. In addition, Afghan team player Rahmat Shah is now the player who has played the most test matches for his country. In this match, the 80-run partnership for the sixth wicket between Paul Stirling and Lorcan Tucker in Ireland’s first innings is the team’s biggest ever partnership for this wicket in this format. At the same time, this match has the lowest total score of any Test match played between Ireland and Afghanistan to date, with a total of 747 runs scored after adding the scores of all four innings of the match.

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