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VIDEO: Superman becomes fielder to catch Marcus Stoinis’s catch, video is going viral

Highlights

Australia won by 42 runs against Ireland.
Captain Aaron Finch played a brilliant half-century innings.

New Delhi. In the T20 World Cup 2022, the 31st match was played between Australia and Ireland. In this match, Kangaroo team registered a big win by 42 runs. In the World Cup points table, Australia’s team has now occupied the second place after 2 victories. Meanwhile, excellent fielding has been seen from Ireland.

The Kangaroo team, who came to bat first, set a target of 180 runs in front of Ireland. At the same time, Barry McCarthy of Ireland performed brilliant fielding, which the people present in the field were surprised to see. Australia’s all-rounder Marcus Stoinis, batting during the 15th over, played a skyscraper shot, which McCarthy, standing on the boundary, jumped high and stopped it from going for a six. Everyone praised him for this effort. The ICC has shared the video of this effort of McCarthy on Instagram, which is being well-liked.

Aaron Finch played the best innings

Australia captain Aaron Finch gave the team a great start. He thrashed the Irish bowlers fiercely. He played a match winning innings of 63 runs in 44 balls with the help of 5 fours and 3 sixes. For this excellent innings, Finch was also awarded the Player of the Match.

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Ireland battered in front of Australian bowlers

Ireland’s team collapsed in front of the hosts’ bowling. Chasing 180 runs, Ireland’s team was reduced to 137 runs. Although Lorcan Tucker left no stone unturned to win the team, but due to the fall of wickets from one end, Tucker could not manage to win the team. Tucker scored 71 runs in 48 balls with the help of 9 fours and a six.

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