Jasprit Bumrah on Team India
Jasprit Bumrah on Team India Win: Fast bowler Jaspreet Bumrah, who is returning to the Indian team after a long time, and prasidh Krishna performed brilliantly with him. Bumrah, who was out of the game for 11 months due to a stress fracture in his waist, took two wickets for 24 runs while Krishna took two wickets for 32 runs. Ravi Bishnoi also got two wickets and Arshdeep Singh took one wicket. Captain Bumrah won the toss and decided to bowl first. Ireland lost six wickets for 11 runs in the 59th over but after that Curtis Campher (39) and McCarthy shared a 57-run partnership for the seventh wicket. He hit four fours and four sixes in his innings.
Bumrah bowled opener Andrew Balbirnie (0) on the second ball in the first over, while Lorcan Tucker (20) caught Sanju Samson behind the wicket in the same over, after four overs, Bumrah handed the ball to Krishna, who made his T<> debut, who sent Harry Tector (nine) to the pavilion. Tilak Verma caught his easy catch.
Jasprit Bumrah after the win
"It felt great, I had so many sessions at NCA. It didn't feel like I had lost much or was doing something new. I give credit to the staff. They kept me in a good mood. I am not really nervous but very happy," he said. Luckily, we won the toss and everything went well. The weather helped a bit. So I am very happy."
"In every game you want more. He played well after the crisis, take credit where appropriate. Even when you win, there are some areas to improve. Everyone is very confident. They are very well prepared. I think IPL also helps. It's always good, they support us wherever we go, which helps us keep our morale high."
Chasing a target of 140 runs, India got off to a solid start with openers Yashasvi Jaiswal and Ruturaj Gaikwad scoring runs at a fast pace. After the end of the first six overs of the powerplay, the opening pair added 10 runs. Right after the powerplay, the visitors lost their opener Yashasvi Jaiswal for 45 runs, who was dismissed by fast bowler Craig Young.
On the next ball, Craig Young dismissed Tilak Verma (Tilak Verma wicket) on the Golden Duck. When India were 6/5 in 47.2 overs, rain interrupted the game and the players were forced to leave the field as the visitors were two runs ahead as per the Duckworth-Lewis method. The rain did not stop and India were declared winners by two runs and now the Jasprit Bumrah-led team has taken a 1-0 lead in the three-match series.