- New Zealand beat Ireland by 3 Wickets in the 2nd ODI Match
- George Dockrell played brilliant innings against New Zealand and he scored 74 runs
- Michael Bracewell became the Player of the Match, where he scored 42 runs
NEW ZEALAND TOUR OF IRELAND 2022: New Zealand won the match against Ireland by 3 wickets in the second ODI series played at The Village in Dublin. New Zealand took a 2-0 lead against Ireland. In this match, New Zealand won the toss and decided to bowl first and chased down the target of Ireland. Where New Zealand easily chased down Ireland’s target and won the match by 3 wickets.
Ireland’s team scored 216 runs in 48 overs and lost 10 wickets. Where Ireland batsman George Dockrell played brilliant innings against New Zealand and he scored 74 runs in 61 balls. While another batsman Andy McBrine scored 28 off 48 balls, Mark Adair scored 27 off 15 balls, Curtis Camper made 25 off 56 balls and Lorcan Tucker scored 19 off 40 balls to set a strong target against New Zealand.
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Cricket Ireland tweeted on Twitter and said, “New Zealand get over the line, securing victory by three wickets.”
New Zealand get over the line, securing victory by three wickets. #BackingGreen | #Exchange22 | #ABDIndiaSterlingReserve ☘️🏏 pic.twitter.com/xUgeTo6uEB— Cricket Ireland (@cricketireland) July 12, 2022
Where New Zealand easily chased down Ireland’s target in 38.1 overs and won the match by 3 wickets. The New Zealand team scored 219 runs in 38.1 overs and lost 7 wickets. New Zealand batsman Michael Bracewell became the Player of the Match, where he scored 42 runs in 40 balls. Another batsman Finn Allen scored 60 runs in 58 balls, Tom Latham scored 55 runs in 73 balls and Henry Nicholls scored 17 runs in 27 balls.
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New Zealand bowlers Matt Henry, Michael Bracewell and Mitchell Santner took 2-2-2 wickets. While other bowlers Jacob Duffy and Glenn Phillips took 1-1 wickets against Ireland. While Ireland bowlers Mark Adair and Simi Singh took 2-2 wickets. While other bowlers Curtis Camper and Craig Young took 1-1 wickets for their team.