IND vs IRE: Hardik Pandya gave a special gift to the player who played Indian bowlers


New Delhi. Team India won the first match under the captaincy of Hardik Pandya. India beat Ireland by 7 wickets in the first T20 in Dublin. Due to rain, this match was of 12-12 overs. Batting first, Ireland team scored 108 runs in 12 overs. But, at one time the Ireland team seemed to be struggling. He had lost 3 wickets within 22 runs. Paul Stirling (4), captain Andy Balbirnie (0) and Gareth Delaney could add 8 runs. In such a situation, it seemed that the Irish team would not be able to score big. But Harry Tactor, who came out to bat at number four, hit an unbeaten 64 off 33 balls to take Ireland to a score of 108 runs. Taktor hit 6 fours and 3 sixes in this innings. Hardik gifted his bat to this Irish batsman.

After the match, Indian captain Hardik Pandya himself was also impressed by him. Hardik said about Tector, “He played some great shots. He is 22 years old, I have gifted him a bat, maybe he can hit some more sixes in the coming matches. Hopefully he will take Irish cricket forward and who knows who might even get an IPL contract. My best wishes to Harry. Just, he will have to take care of the watch and work hard in the right direction and if he is successful in doing so, he will play not only in IPL but in many other leagues.

Taktor played his best innings of T20
Harry Tactor has not spent much time playing international cricket. But, he is already being considered as the future of Ireland. He has scored 604 runs in 33 T20s so far. His strike rate is 133. At the same time, the performance of this batsman in ODIs has been good. So far Hector has played 20 ODIs and has scored half-centuries in 7 of them. He has scored 3 half-centuries in T20 and his unbeaten innings of 64 runs against India is his best score in T20.

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If we talk about the first T20 between India and Ireland, then due to rain, this match had to be done in 12 overs. Batting first, Ireland scored 108 runs at the loss of 4 wickets thanks to an unbeaten 64 by Harry Tactor. In response, the Indian team won the match with 16 balls remaining. Opening the innings, Deepak Hooda scored 47 and captain Hardik Pandya scored 24 runs at a strike rate of 200.

Tags: Hardik Pandya, Ireland, Team India, Yuzvendra Chahal


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