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1st T20I: India beat Ireland by 76 runs in Dublin

India outclassed Ireland by 76 runs in the opening T20 International in Dublin on Wednesday.

India TV Sports Desk [ Published on: June 28, 2018 0:19 IST ]
  • India set themselves up nicely for the sterner tests ahead with a dominant performance as they outclassed Ireland by 76 runs in the opening T20 International in Dublin on Wednesday.
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    India set themselves up nicely for the sterner tests ahead with a dominant performance as they outclassed Ireland by 76 runs in the opening T20 International in Dublin on Wednesday.

  • Dubbed as dress rehearsal for the marquee England series, the formidable Indian team outbatted the opposition scoring an imposing 208 for five, courtesy openers Rohit Sharma (97 off 61 balls) and Shikhar Dhawan (74 off 45 balls).
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    Dubbed as dress rehearsal for the marquee England series, the formidable Indian team outbatted the opposition scoring an imposing 208 for five, courtesy openers Rohit Sharma (97 off 61 balls) and Shikhar Dhawan (74 off 45 balls).

  • In reply, Ireland could only manage 132/9 in 20 overs despite breezy innings of 60 off 35 balls by opener James Shannon.
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    In reply, Ireland could only manage 132/9 in 20 overs despite breezy innings of 60 off 35 balls by opener James Shannon.

  • Irish batsmen didn't have a clue how to play chinaman Kuldeep Yadav (4/21 in 4 overs). His partner in crime Yuzvendra Chahal was hit for four sixes but eventually ended with improved figures of 3 for 38 in his four over spell.
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    Irish batsmen didn't have a clue how to play chinaman Kuldeep Yadav (4/21 in 4 overs). His partner in crime Yuzvendra Chahal was hit for four sixes but eventually ended with improved figures of 3 for 38 in his four over spell.

  • However, a lot of credit should once again go to Rohit, who missed out on a well-deserved third T20 international century. The Indian vice-captain made amends for his poor IPL form with a breathtaking innings in company of an in-form Dhawan, who was also keen to send the bowlers in a leatherhunt.
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    However, a lot of credit should once again go to Rohit, who missed out on a well-deserved third T20 international century. The Indian vice-captain made amends for his poor IPL form with a breathtaking innings in company of an in-form Dhawan, who was also keen to send the bowlers in a leatherhunt.

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