The world of cricket stunned by Ireland’s first ODI win over South Africa, 1-0 in series

The South African cricket team is currently touring Ireland, with a three-match ODI series between the two. If the first match of the series was washed away in the rain, Ireland shocked the cricket world by beating South Africa by 43 runs in the second match. The match was played at The Village in Dublin, where Irish captain Andy Balbini scored a century. Balbirnie was named Man of the Match for this innings. South Africa won the toss and invited Ireland to bat first. Balbirniya of Harry tektar brilliant innings of 68 runs off 79 balls for the game. George Dockrell scored 45 off 23 balls. By three innings, Ireland were 290 for five in 50 overs. South Africa’s andele phehlukvayo two wickets each.

In reply, South Africa were all out for 247 in 48.3 overs. Janaman Malan 84 and Raisi van der Dusen 49. No batsman other than these two could keep wicket. Mark Eder, Joshua Little and Andy McBrain each took two wickets for Ireland. Craig Young, Simi Singh and Dockrell each took one wicket. Following the defeat, South African captain Temba Bauma said he did not take the Irish side lightly. Bauma acknowledged that Ireland had overtaken the South African side in every respect. The final match of the series will be held on July 16 at the ground.

After this, the three-match T20 International series between the dual teams will also be played. It was Ireland’s first win over South Africa. Bauma praised Ireland’s fielding. Ireland After this victory, now they have decided to do one thing that you can not lose this series. On the other hand, South Africa’s last match of the series will be put on or die. South Africa want to bring the series to a minimum by winning the last game.

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