While Jasprit Bumrah’s comeback has been the focus of the present first T20I between India and Ireland at The Village in Dublin, rookie bowler Arshdeep Singh has gradually managed to steal the spotlight with his outstanding bowling.
In his first two overs, Arshdeep Singh displayed excellent swing bowling, and he followed it up with a respectable over in the last over. Curtis Campher steered the ship and saved his team after Indian bowlers struck early blows that left Ireland reeling at 59/6.
Before Arshdeep Singh’s magnificent yorker ended Curtis Campher’s stay at 39 when he was batting at the top of his game, he was in fine form. The all-rounder was dismissed after the left-arm bowler produced a full, straight delivery that went under his bat and damaged his stumps.
Barry McCarthy played a fantastic innings and scored a superb half-century to help his team reach a respectable total after Campher was dismissed. The right-hander scored an unbroken 51 runs, contributing to Ireland’s 139-run total.
In the final over, he crushed Arshdeep Singh for 22 runs, completely dismantling him. The pacer finished with 4/35 in his four allotted overs.
Jasprit Bumrah makes an amazing comeback in the IND vs. IRE match.
Jasprit Bumrah returned to international cricket in spectacular fashion, bowling astoundingly well. He established the tone for his team right on by picking up two wickets in the first over of the match.
As if that weren’t enough, he bowled superbly in the final over, allowing just 1 run in the 19th over. He returned with the statistics of 2/24 in his allotted 4 overs, making sure to give the crowd everything to cheer about.