Twitter Reactions as India beat Ireland with ease in the World Cup 2015

Twitter Reactions as India beat Ireland with ease in the World Cup 2015

Twitter Reactions as India beat Ireland with ease in the World Cup 2015: Stating that the Indian cricket team in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 is on the roll would still be an understatement. The Men In Blue have been unscratched in the tournament, no team thus far among Pakistan, South Africa, West Indies, UAE and Ireland have been able to challenge the Indian cricket team’s supremacy. The team had already qualified for the Quarter-finals of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 and a win hear would have sealed them as table toppers in the Pool.

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Batting first Ireland did well initially but was pulled down by the Indian spin bowlers and in the end a well judged approach from MS Dhoni held Ireland back to 260 which was at least 50 runs too little from the par score on the ground and wicket.

The Indian openers were right at the task from the start of the innings and planned the chase really well. Rohit got a half-century and Dhawan made yet another century in the ICC tournaments, he has been a big tournament player for India. Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane stepped in after the fall of a couple of wickets and ensured there was no jolt any further.

In the end it was India’s class in all the departments and Irelands lack of world class bowlers that looked to be the difference. With it this is India’s 5th consecutive win in the World Cup 2015 and 9th consecutive win in world cups. It is also a record for the Indian team as they bowled out their opponent for the 5th time on the trot which is the first time they have achieved something like this in ODI cricket history.

Dhawan was the in-charge for India with the bat and the twitter world took hard on some of those who TROLLed Dhawan leading into the world cup, some mocked Ireland. Here are the Twitter Reactions as India beat Ireland with ease in the World Cup 2015