Despite winning the two-match T20 series against Ireland, India have a record of shame. For the first time in the team’s history in the short format, three batsmen were out in the innings at the Golden Call.
In the second match of the series on Tuesday (June 26), India scored 225 runs in 20 overs but lost 6 wickets. Among them Dinesh Karthik, Akshar Patel and Hershal Patel were out for the Golden Call. This is the first time in the history of India’s International Twenty20. Earlier, India had three more calls in an innings four times but they were not the first.
cricket He made 104 runs off 56 balls. 7 runs came from 42 balls from Samson’s bat. Among the rest, Suryakumar scored 15 and Hardik Pandya 13 runs. Mark took 3 wickets for the Irish. Joshua Little and Craig Young took 2 wickets each.
Two great innings came down from the bats of Paul Sterling and Andrew Balburny to chase the target. When Sterling was dismissed for 40 off 18 balls and Balberny was dismissed for 60 off 36 balls, Ireland went into a bit of a backfoot. Gareth Delaney was out for zero. Harry Tector and George Dockrell put the effort together when Larkan Tucker was out for 5 runs. Tractor was out for 169 runs. Then Mark Adair and Dockrell teamed up.
The hosts needed 31 runs to win the last 12 balls. At the end of 19 overs, the target stood at 18 runs. Speedstar Umran Malik came to bowl the last over. He did not give any run in the first ball. The second ball is no. Then Mark hit two fours with two balls drawn. He took one run in the fourth ball.
The goal is to win the Irish with 2 balls. Dockrell and Mark could not hit the boundary even after trying their best with those two balls. They had to leave the field after losing by 4 runs with two singles. Bhubaneswar, Hershal Patel, Ravi Vishnu and Umran Malik took one wicket each for India.