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India wins series 2-0 against Ireland; Bye Dublin… See you next year!

Dublin: Team India has made amends for their defeat in the T20 series against the West Indies by playing against Ireland. India lost the five-match series to the West Indies by a score of 2-3.

However, India made no such errors against the Irish team under new captain Jasprit Bumrah. Despite the fact that the three-match series could not be swept due to rain, the team completed the mission with a 2-0 victory. Due to the rain in Dublin, the game had to be abandoned.

India tested a young and inexperienced team in the series under Bumrah. Apart from Bumrah, wicketkeeper Sanju Samson was the only player in the team with some competitive experience. India rested all the main players in the series with the Asia Cup ahead of them. It can be seen that India has some positives to go along with the series win. Let’s see what these are.

The first encouraging sign is the return of star pacer Jasprit Bumrah from injury. An injury kept him out for 11 months. Bumrah returned as Player of the Series with four wickets in two games. Bumrah’s performance and fitness have raised India’s hopes ahead of the Asia Cup and World Cup. The return of young fast bowler Prasad Krishna is the second major positive for India. Like Bumrah, he was also injured and stayed away from the competition. The series with Ireland turned out to be the stage for a famous comeback. The player shone with four wickets. The pacer was able to take wickets while also bowling well in the middle and death overs. His performance in this series earned him a place in the Indian squad for the Asia Cup.

The third positive thing in the T20 series is that Team India got a new finisher through Rinku Singh. The star batted only once in the second T20. Rinku really took advantage of it. With 38 runs off 21 balls, he contributed significantly to the team’s victory and was named player of the match in his debut match. Rinku’s brilliant innings included two fours and three sixes. With this performance, the player has shown that he can play for the Indian team for a long time in the role of finisher.

The fourth positive for India is the brilliant performance of young spinner Ravi Bishnoi. In the absence of senior bowlers, it was Bishnoi who got the chance to take the helm of Indian spin bowling. He has graced this role.

Bishnoi was brought in to bowl by Indian skipper Bumrah in the powerplay itself in both games. The player who did not trust the captain provided the team with breakthroughs. Bishnoi had four wickets in two games. The fifth positive for India is the fine performance of young opener Ruturaj Gaikwad. In the absence of top openers, the star was able to take advantage of the opportunity in the playing eleven. Ruthuraj was India’s leading scorer in the series. The player scored 77 runs, including fifty in two games. Ruthuraj, who was dismissed for 19 runs in the first match, became the team’s leading scorer in the second match, scoring 58 runs. This performance will surely boost Ruthuraj’s confidence as he leads the Indian team in the upcoming Asian Games.

Bumrah received a standing ovation from tens of thousands of people at Dublin’s Malahide Stadium, more than Sanju and Rinku. Fans and players left Malahide, which had to be drenched in rain, hoping that Ireland would become one of the Indian team’s regular playing fields.

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