The first one-day match between Ireland and Afghanistan played today at the Rajiv Gandhi Cricket Stadium of Dehradun city. This is the first ICC ODI match in Doon. In the Islamic Bank of Afghanistan Cup match between the two teams was played at one o’clock in the afternoon. In which Ireland won the toss and chose to bat and scored 128 in six overs in 46.1 overs.
Opener Paul Stirling made 71 (133) runs and Dockrell made 32 (44) runs while playing when Rashid Khan made Dockrell clean-balled on 37 (47) runs. Dockrell hit three fours and a six during his innings. At the same time, Rashid Khan got his first breakthrough in the ninth over. He took a wicket with 29 runs in nine overs. Afghanistan’s bowler Mujibur Rahman proved to be the most economical. He took three important wickets in 10 overs with 14 runs.
Earlier, Afghanistan won 3-0 in a series of three T-20 matches between the two teams and made a clean sweep to Ireland. The first match is played today for the one-day series of five-match series. Both teams were ready for this. Prior to the match, the team of Ireland practiced fiercely from 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm. At the same time, Afghanistan’s team did not come to the field for practice.
So far 22 matches have played between the two teams
So far 22 matches have been played between Afghanistan and Ireland. Both of them have won 10-10 matches. The other two matches are canceled. At the same time, there have been five one-day matches between the two teams in India. Of which Afghanistan has won three and Ireland has won two matches.