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Ruthless take by Ravichandran Ashwin on the brutal collapse of Team Ireland vs Bumrah-led India , team India won by 2 runs via DLS

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The Ireland cricket team scored 139 runs at the loss of 7 wickets in the first T20I match against the Indian cricket team in Dublin, Via DLS, IND defeated IRE by two runs.

In the T20 series, the star pacer of the Indian cricket team, Jasprit Bumrah, and another key fast bowler, Prasidh Krishna, made their return to the international cricket stage. The batting order of the Ireland cricket team was struggling as they endured a staggering setback while losing the first five wickets for a mere total of 31 runs. Eventually they set an target of 140 runs for team India as they scored 139 runs at the loss of 7 wickets in the match. The spinner of the Indian Cricket Team, Ravichandran Ashwin, reacted strongly to the start of the game.
Ashwin wrote on X, “Last time India toured Ireland for T20s, the home side were more than competitive, but this time I really doubt there would be a fight. We won a game defending 225 by 4 runs last time! This attack consisting of Arshdeep, Bumrah, and Prasidh might just be too much to handle. #INDvsIRE.”
In the 2022 tour of Ireland, Hardik Pandya began his journey as the captain of Team India in the T20 format. Although Rohit Sharma did lead the team in the T20 World Cup later that year, Hardik Pandya has assumed full-time leadership in the shortest format, with Rohit yet to make an appearance in a T20I this year.

Jasprit Bumrah made a strong comeback to the international cricket scene. With his second delivery, Bumrah claimed a wicket after giving up a four with his first ball. He then took another off the fifth ball. India won the first 10 overs by bowling six bowlers, dominating the phase. Ireland were reduced to 59/6 after which Barry McCarthy and Curtis Campher led a fightback for the hosts. The pair put up 57 runs off 44 balls for the seventh wicket before Campher fell for 39 off 33 balls. McCarthy continued the assault, finished the innings off with a six and ended unbeaten on 51 off 33 balls.McCarthy kept going, finishing the innings with a six and finishing unbeaten on 51 off 33 balls. Ireland has thus set a target of 140 for India to chase. Yashasvi Jaiswal and Ruturaj Gaikwad launched India into orbit. While India lost two wickets in the first over following the powerplay, rain came in and ended the game. India was two runs ahead at the time the players returned, giving the tourists a 1-0 lead.

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