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Ireland vs Australia Only ODI 2015 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - Ireland vs Australia Only ODI 2015


Watch the highlights of Ireland vs Australia Only ODI 2015 - Australia tour of Ireland One & Only one-day International match played between Australia and Ireland at Stormont, Belfast in 27th August 2015.

David Warner and Joe Burns stars as Australia crushing DLD method 27-runs victory over Ireland in the rain-truncated game at Belfast.

Match Stats :
  • Australia's 222 was their second highest score against Ireland in One-day internationals.
  • Ireland's 157 was their second highest score against Australia in One-day internationals.
  • 139 : Joe Burns and David Warner set up the record first-wicket partnership for Australia against Ireland in One-day internationals, previously held by the 62-run stand between Adam Gilchrist and Michael Hussey at Bridgetown in the 2007 World Twenty20.
  • Ireland lost their last eight wickets for just 64-runs - which was their third worst eight-wicket collapse in One-day international and it is their worst 8-wicket collapse against Australia in ODIs. They went from 93 for 2 to 157 for all out.
  • Their previous worst such collapse was eight for 89-runs against Australia at Bridgetown in the 2007 World Cup.

Australia scored 222-6 in 40.2 overs - due to rain their innings ended - with their top scorer by David Warner 84.

Joe Burns scored 69 off 70-balls including 7-fours & a six, Shane Watson 26 not out and Steve Smith 21.

Ireland best bowler by Tim Murtagh took 2-wickets, John Mooney, Stuart Thompson, Andy McBrine and Craig Young each took one wickets.

Ireland scored 157 for all-out in 23.4 overs - due to rain DLS revised target of 183 from 24-overs with top scorer by Niall O'Brien struck 45 off 53-balls including five boundaries.

Ed Joyce scored 44 off 33 deliveries including 3-fours & a six and Stuart Thompson 24.

Australia best bowler by Nathan Coulter-Nile claims 3-wickets for 13-runs from 4.4 overs, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc and Glenn Maxwell each took two wickets.

David Warner named player of the match for his delightful batting display of scoring 84 off 80-balls including 7-fours and 3-sixes.

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