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England vs Ireland Highlights cricket score, Only Test Day 3 at Lord’s: England bowl out Ireland for 38, win by 143 runs

England vs Ireland: Catch all the highlights of the third day of the only Test between the two teams at the iconic Lord’s Cricket Ground in London.

cricket Updated: Jul 26, 2019 18:36 IST
HT Correspondent
HT Correspondent
Hindustan Times, New Delhi
England's Joe Root celebrates with team mates after taking the catch to dismiss Ireland's Andy Balbirnie.
England's Joe Root celebrates with team mates after taking the catch to dismiss Ireland's Andy Balbirnie.(Reuters)
         

Follow England vs Ireland scorecard below:

It was a dramatic anti-climax to a thrilling Test between England and Ireland. On Day 3, England failed to get any run on the board, setting up a target of 182 for Ireland to chase. In reply, after rain delayed Ireland’s chase, Chris Woakes picked up six wickets and Stuart Broad picked up four wickets as Ireland were bowled out for 38. England win the only Test by 143 runs.

Follow England vs Ireland highlights below:

Highlights: OUT! Chris Woakes nails the final blow to the hammer and Tim Murtaugh is the final wicket to fall. Ireland are all out for 38. England win by 143 runs.

OUT! OUT! Woakes has dismissed Thompson for 4 as Root takes an easy catch. Stuart Broad dismisses Andy McBrine as Root picks up another catch at slip. IRE 36/9

OUT! Mark Adair hammers Stuart Broad for a six. The seamer cleans up his off stumps in the next ball. England closing in on win here. IRE 32/7

OUT! Stuart Broad has pinned it Kevin O’Briend on the crease. The umpire raises his finger instantly at this one. Ireland’s dream appears to be coming to an end. IRE 24/6

OUT! Chris Woakes gets another one in the same over as Gary Wilson has been trapped on another seaming delivery. The umpire does not give it as out, but England review and get the prize. IRE 24/5

OUT! Another one bites the dust. Chris Woakes gets his third wicket as James McCollum jabs it to Joe Root in the slip. Ireland are sinking fast here. IRE 24/4

OUT! Chris Woakes has dismissed Stirling for a duck. Ireland are now falling down like a pack of cards. IRE 19/3

OUT! Broad has dismissed Andrew Balbirnie as the ball has plucked straight into Joe Root’s hand. Second wicket goes down for Ireland. IRE 18/2

OUT! First blow for Ireland in the historic run chase. chris Woakes has managed to produce an edge from William Porterfield. Easy catch for Bairstow. IRE 11/1

Rain has stopped and the players are back on the field. Chris Woakes starts off with the ball. 182 is the target for Ireland to register historic win.

William Porterfield and James McCollum are out to open the innings for Ireland. But before they could get runs on the board, the rain has increased at Lord’s. The play has been delayed due to rain.

Olly Stone has been cleaned up by Thompson. England are all out for 303 with a lead of 181 runs. Ireland need 304 to win.

Day 2 Round-up: Ireland moved within sight of a remarkable test win over England as they reduced the hosts to 303-9 in their second innings at Lord’s on Thursday to trail by 181 at the end of day two. After the mayhem of the first day when England were skittled for 85 and 20 wickets fell, the World Cup champions appeared to have seized control when they reached 171 for one early on another sweltering afternoon. But they lost seven wickets for 77 runs as Ireland, playing in only their third test match ever and first against England, hit back with Mark Adair taking three wickets. Sam Curran (37) and Stuart Broad (21 not out) frustrated Ireland’s hopes with a counter-attack before flashes of lightning forced the umpires to take the players off. Ireland, who lost their only two previous matches since gaining test status in 2017, will need to take the last England wicket early on Friday before setting about chasing the total.

England: Rory Burns, Jason Roy, Joe Denly, Joe Root (c), Jonny Bairstow (wk), Moeen Ali, Sam Curran, Chris Woakes, Olly Stone, Stuart Broad, Jack Leach

Ireland: William Porterfield (c), Paul Stirling, Andrew Balbirnie, James McCollum, Kevin O Brien, Gary Wilson (wk), Mark Adair, Andy McBrine, Stuart Thompson, Boyd Rankin, Tim Murtagh

First Published: Jul 26, 2019 15:26 IST

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