IRELAND VS WEST INDIES T20 WORLD CUP

The 11th match of the T20 World Cup was played between West Indies and Ireland was held in Hobart. In this Grub-B match, Ireland defeated West Indies by nine wickets to make their place in the Super-12. Two-time champions West Indies are already out of the tournament in the first round.

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IRELAND VS WEST INDIES T20 World Cup 2022: Big Achievement for Ireland

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IRE vs WI T20 Live: Ireland reach Super-12, There are several groups Divided Amongs the Country and here Ireland mark their victory by kicking west Indies out from the Tournament. The Ireland Team marks the Victory by 9 wickets.

West Indies has won the toss and batted first and thus the team scored 146 runs in 20 overs. and And when it came to Ireland’s batting, the team scored a brilliant 17.3 Won the match by scoring 150 runs in the over.

Explosive batsman Paul Stirling scored an unbeaten 66 off 48 balls and Lorcan Tucker remained unbeaten on 45 off 35 balls. Captain Andrew Balbirnie scored 37 runs off 23 balls.

Ireland Ranking in ICC

Ireland team is at number 12 in a ICC Ranking giving its excellent performance and if we talk about West Indies then it is at number 7. Paul Stirling, the real hero behind Ireland’s match win, is the reason why Ireland has been able to beat the champion West Indies today.

IRELAND VS WEST INDIES T20 World Cup 2022: Big Achievement for Ireland

IRE VS WEST INDIES LIVE: Ireland has made 90 Runs in 10 Over

The Ireland Team performance was mind blowing as  in start they mark the 90 Runs in 10 Overs and 1 Wicket. Ireland Team’s Captain Andrew Balbirnie after making 37 Runs in 26 balls got out. In his Turn his performance was amazing and he hits three fours and three sixes in his innings.

Ireland completes 100 runs

In Ireland Match 100 Runs have been Completed, Explosive opener Paul Stirling has completed his fifty. This is his 21st fifty in T20 career. The Ireland Team has Secured their Place in Super-12.

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