Dublin, Deepak Hooda hit the first century of his T20 international career on Tuesday. He scored 108 runs. Due to his aggressive innings, India beat Ireland by 6 runs in a thrilling match in the second T20.
Thus, the team has won the 6-match series 2-0. Team India had scored 3 runs for the loss of 6 wickets before batting. Sanju Sams also scored 3 runs. In response, the Irish batsmen struggled. But the team managed to score 21 runs for 9 wickets. The team won the final ball. India beat Ireland for the 7th consecutive T20I victory. India beat Ireland in a thrilling match, Deepak Sanju’s hard work to bring color
Ireland got off to a great start as they chased down the target. Paul Sterling scored 17 runs in Bhuvneshwar Kumar’s first over, including a six and two fours. The team completed 50 runs in the fourth over.
Sterling and captain Andrew Balbirney did a great job washing the Indian bowlers. Sterling fell victim to leg-spinner Ravi Bishnoi off the fourth ball of the sixth over. He scored 50 off 12 balls. He hit 4 fours and 6 sixes. After 4 overs powerplay, there were 3 runs for one wicket.
Gareth Della was out without opening an account. But then Balbirney and Harry Tector scored 3 for the third wicket. Halshal Patel fell victim to Balbirni scoring 50 off 9 balls. He hit 4 fours and 3 sixes. The team scored 4 runs in the last 3 overs and took 2 wickets. The tractors were on the crease. He hit an unbeaten fifty in the first match.
Ireland were to make 21 in the last two overs. Hershal Patel bowled the 18th over and gave away 15 runs. Then 16 runs were needed in the last over. The last over was bowled by Umran Malik. In which the Irish team was able to score 16. Thus India won the match by 3 runs. Adair was unbeaten on 7 off 12 balls and Dockrell was unbeaten on 4 off 14 balls.