Calum MacLeod 116* - Ireland vs Scotland 3rd ODI 2014 Highlights

Watch the highlights of Calum MacLeod 116 - Ireland vs Scotland 3rd ODI 2014  - Scotland tour of Ireland 3-match one-day international series of the 3rd ODI match played between Scotland and Ireland at The Village, Malahide, Dublin in 12th September 2014.

Calum MacLeod 116* - Ireland vs Scotland 3rd ODI 2014 Highlights
Calum MacLeod celebrates his century © Cricket Scotland

Majid Haq's maiden five-for before Calum MacLeod's maiden century and Hamish Gardiner's career-best 89 helped to Scotland consolation seven-wicket victory over Ireland, despite a John Mooney's 96 and avoid the series whitewash in the third ODI.

Match Stats :
  • Ireland's 241 was their third highest score against Scotland in One-day internationals.
  • Scotland's 243 was their third highest score against Ireland in One-day internationals.
  • Scotland chased 242 was their sixth highest successful run-chase in One-day international and It is their third highest chase against Ireland in ODIs.
  • 179 : Calum McLeod and Hamish Gardiner set up the record second-wicket partnership for Scotland in One-day international, previously held by the 144-run stand between Calum McLeod and Matt Machan against Canada at Christchurch in this year and Ireland's second highest any-wicket stand in ODIs.
  • Calum McLeod's unbeaten 116 was his second highest score for Scotland in One-day international and also the second highest-score by an Scotland batsman against Ireland in ODIs after Neil McCallum's unbeaten 121.
  • Calum McLeod became the fourth Scotland batsman to score a hundred against Ireland in ODIs after Neil McCallum (2-times), Gavin Hamilton and Richie Barrington.
  • Majid Haq's 5 for 54 was the sixth best bowling figures for Scotland in One-day international and the best bowling figures by an Scotland bowler against Ireland in ODIs, surpassing the previous record of 4 for 25 held by Dewald Nel at Aberdeen in 2008.
  • Majid Haq became the fourth Scotland bowler to claimed a five-wicket haul in One-day internationals after John Blain, Gordon Goudie and Josh Davey.
  • John Mooney became the second Ireland player to dismissed on nervous nineties in One-day internationals after Eoin Morgan (2-times).

Ireland scored 241-9 in 50 overs with top scorer by John Mooney 96 off 77-balls - who fell four-run short of his maiden ODI century - including 12-fours a 2-sixes with strike rate of 124.67.

Kevin O'Brien struck 36 off 47-balls including 3-fours, Stuart Thompson 22 and John Anderson 19.

Scotland best bowler by Majid Haq claimed a career-best 5-wicket haul for 54-runs in 10-overs, Safyaan Sharif took 2-wickets and one for Alasdair Evans - Josh Davey.

Scotland chased 243-2 in 45.4 overs with top scorer by Calum MacLeod 116* off 141-balls - which was his 2nd ODI hundred and his first century against Ireland in ODIs - including 15-fours.

Hamish Gardnier struck 89 off 98-balls including ten boundaries and Preston Mommsen hit 31 off 29-balls included 3-fours and a six.

Ireland best bowler by Andy Balbirnie and Craig Young both took one-wickets.

Craig Young named player of the series for his excellent bowling performance to claimed 9-wickets in the three-match ODI series.



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