IND vs. IRE: Indian bowlers show their skills in Ireland, Bumrah took two wickets in the first round

In the inaugural T20, played at The Village in Dublin, Ireland scored 139 runs for 7 wickets in 20 overs after the first game. Indian bowlers dominated the game from the first round. Jasprit Bumrah, returning to international cricket after a long absence, took two wickets in the first half.

Ireland had lost five wickets simultaneously in just 31 runs, but even after that the host team managed to rack up 139 runs. Barry McCarthy turned the game around for Ireland. He scored an unbeaten 51 points in just 33 balls. Four fours and four sixes came out of his racket.

Ireland came first to bat after losing throw and got off to a bad start. Former captain Andrew Balbirnie hit a four-pointer on the first ball of the game, but Jasprit Bumrah threw it on the next ball. Wicketkeeper Lorcan Tucker, who came in third to bat, was also dismissed without opening the account in the first half.

Thereafter, Ireland periodically lost wickets. Half of the Ireland side had only returned to the pavilion for 31 runs. Andrew Balbirnie (04), Lorcan Tucker (00), Harry Tector (09), Paul Stirling (11) and George Dockrell were sacked after scoring 01 runs.

Curtis Campher and Mark Adair then took the lead, but Ireland’s sixth wicket also fell to the total of 59. Adair was dismissed after scoring 16 runs in 16 balls with the help of two fours. Ravi Bishnoi showed him the way to the pavilion.

After that, however, Barry McCarthy and Curtis Campher shared a 57-man partnership for the seventh wicket. Ireland’s batsmen scored quickly in the last over. Curtis Campher hit 39 runs in 33 balls, including one six and three fours. At the same time, Barry McCarthy scored a whirlwind half-century in just 33 balls to equal the team’s 139. Four fours and four sixes came out of McCarthy’s racquet.

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