Ireland Team All Out on 38 Runs, England Won the Match, Woakes Took 6 Wickets

Ireland team all out on 38 runs
  • Chris Woakes 6 and Broad took 4 wickets

Thanks to the fierce bowling of Chris Woakes and Stuart Broad. England defeated Ireland by 143 runs on the third day in the only test match of the series. Ireland were reduced to just 38 runs in the second innings. During this time, only one batsman could score two points. On behalf of the English team, Volks, with 17 runs, was the highest. and Broad took 4/19 and took 4 wickets. The special thing is that in the first innings England could only manage 85 runs. Despite this, he won the match unilaterally. Jack Leach of England, who scored 92 runs in the second innings as a nightwatchman, was named Player of the Match. Ireland team all out on 38 runs.

Match Summary

  • England scored 85 runs in the first innings. in response Ireland made 207 runs and took 122 runs. England scored 303 runs In the second innings. jack leach (92) Jason Rai (72), with a fine innings of 182 runs for England.
  • Chasing the target, the entire team of Ireland was dismissed for just 38 runs in 15.4 overs. His four batsmen could not even open the account. During this, Woks, who could not take a single wicket in the first innings. wreaked havoc in the second innings, taking 6 wickets in 7.4 overs with 17 runs.
  • In the second innings, the leech went down to bat as a nightwatchman. But during this time, he became the nightwatchman player who scored the opener as the opener.
  • This was Jason Roy’s debut test match. In the first innings, he was able to score only 5 run. but in the second innings he scored a half century in 47 balls. This is the fastest half-century in any English player’s debut match. Earlier in 2007, wicketkeeper Matt Prior fired 55 off 55 balls against the West Indies.

Seventh Minimum Score of Test History

Ireland’s team was reduced to 15.4 overs. which is the fourth shortest in terms of facing the balls in the history of Test cricket. At the same time, for the first time in the last 92 years, a team has got so little over play. It is also the seventh lowest score in Test cricket history. The shameful record of being all-out for 26 runs is New Zealand’s name. The England itself was cheap on 25 March 1955.

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