What was Zimbabwe’s plan against Ireland, revealed the captain after the victory

Zimbabwe captain Craig Ervine has revealed he had planned to go bowling after watching Ireland bowl in the early innings of their T20 World Cup Group B first round match at the Bellerive Oval. He made a successful defense of 174/7. On Monday, in addition to the extra bounce off the pitch, the fast bowlers got plenty of help, with Zimbabwe’s new ball pair Blessing Mujarbani and Richard Ngarwa taking four wickets on the power play to cut Ireland to 22/4 in fourth. on. However, Ireland dropped to 143/9 in 20 overs as Zimbabwe won by 31 runs.

After the match, Ervine said, “We had planned to go bowling after seeing Ireland’s innings. Sometimes we thought Ireland played too little. Richard and Bless did brilliantly.”

Erwin had some special praise for the all-rounder Sikandar Raza as he scored 82 runs to help Zimbabwe to 174/7 from 20 overs. He added: “He’s been a great player for us in the last couple of months. It’s exciting to see him continue in that form again in different conditions. His form hasn’t changed even on bounced shots, so he deserves credit for the win. “

Ervine was happy to return from Zimbabwe’s T20 World Cup victory since his inclusion in the 2016 season, but was a little sad to see Ireland not eliminated late innings, plus poor fielding.

Sikandar Raza played a brilliant 82-run inning for Zimbabwe. In his 48-ball inning, Raza hit 5 fours and 5 sixes. At the same time, Blessing Mujarbani took three wickets in bowling. At the same time, R Nagarwa and Tendai Chatara had two hits each.

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