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Thursday, June 6, 2024

IND vs IRE: India's spectacular win against Ireland, made a strong start in T20 World Cup; Pakistan is scared

India vs Ireland: In the eighth match of the ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2024, India started their campaign in a great way by defeating Ireland by 8 wickets. Playing first, Ireland scored 96 runs after losing all their wickets in 16 overs, in response, India scored 97/2 in just 12.2 overs and won the match.

Batting first after losing the toss, Ireland did not have a great start and in the third over of the innings, captain Paul Stirling (2) and Andrew Balbirnie (5) became the victims of Arshdeep Singh. The Irish team scored 26 runs at the loss of 2 wickets in the powerplay but wickets kept falling even after that. Lorcan Tucker scored 10 runs in 13 balls and returned to the pavilion at a score of 28 in the seventh over. At the same time, Harry Tector contributed 4 runs. Curtis Campher also went out after scoring 12 runs. In this way, Ireland lost its fifth wicket at a score of 44.

Ireland's condition continued to be bad and they lost 8 wickets for a score of 50. It seemed that Ireland's team would be included in the list of teams making the lowest total in the T20 World Cup, but Gareth Delany (26) and Joshua Little (14) shared a 27-run partnership for the ninth wicket to take the score to 77. Ireland lost their last wicket in the 16th over in the form of Delany, who lost his wicket while trying to steal two runs on a free hit. In this way, Ireland's innings collapsed within 100. The successful bowler from India was Hardik Pandya, who took three wickets. At the same time, Arshdeep Singh and Jasprit Bumrah got two wickets each.

Rohit Sharma's brilliant half-century powers India to an easy win

While chasing the target, India's start was not very good and Virat Kohli was dismissed in the third over on a score of 22 after scoring just 1 run. In this way, Kohli's opening pair with Rohit Sharma proved to be a flop. However, Rohit continued to attack from one end and during this time he also completed 4000 runs in his T20 career and 1000 runs in T20 World Cup. Rohit batted brilliantly and completed his half-century. He scored 52 runs in 37 balls with the help of four fours and three sixes and then retired hurt due to some problem caused by a ball hitting his shoulder.

Coming close to the target, India suffered a second setback at a score of 91 and Suryakumar Yadav was caught out in the 12th over after scoring 2 runs while trying to hit a six, but Rishabh Pant hit a six through a brilliant reverse scoop to give India the win in the 13th over. Pant scored an unbeaten 36 off 26 balls. Shivam Dubey returned unbeaten without scoring any runs.

It is worth noting that India now has to play its next match against Pakistan on 9 June in New York. In such a situation, Pakistan's worry would have increased after seeing the excellent performance of the Indian team. Everyone's eyes will be on this match and its result will also be very important.

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