Live Cricket Score, World Cup 2015: India vs Ireland
Live Cricket Score, World Cup 2015, India vs Ireland: India take on Ireland in Hamilton. (Source: Reuters)
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Live Cricket Score, India vs Ireland: Despite indifferent form and public scrutiny, India’s number five batsman gets captain’s backing. (Source: AP)
It’s easy to like Suresh Raina but easier to diss him. Of all the modern-day Indian batsmen, especially those who star in the ODIs and T20s, Raina has found it most difficult to get advertisements. You might say that it’s no co-relation to his cricket but it does say something about how people view him. The brand-people go seldom wrong in feeling the popular pulse. There has to be some reason.
Live Cricket Score, India vs Ireland: Shami looks a reformed man for India. (Source: AP)
On the cusp of creating World Cup history, a supremely confident India will aim to crush a gutsy Ireland in their penultimate group encounter of the ICC cricket World Cup on Tuesday.
Having already qualified for the quarter-finals with four commanding wins, the defending champions are eyeing their fifth straight win in the tournament.
Live Cricket Score, India vs Ireland: Ireland have been on a tear in the group having won 3 of their 4 matches. (Source: AP)
Ireland do not expect an easy ride from India in their penultimate World Cup Pool B clash on Tuesday, even though the world champions have already qualified for the quarter-finals with four wins out of four.
The Irish have enjoyed an excellent campaign with three wins out of four but still need one more point from their final two matches against India and Pakistan to secure a spot in the knockout stage.
Live Cricket Score, India vs Ireland: Mohit is red-hot form in the World Cup. (Source: AP)
He has impressed with his miserly bowling effort in the ongoing cricket World Cup but seamer Mohit Sharma says credit also goes to the new ball bowlers Mohammed Shami and Umesh Yadav, who have put the rival batsmen under lot of pressure.
Mohit has got six wickets in four matches but more importantly has been among the most economical of Indian bowlers with an economy rate of 3.90.
Source:: Indian Express