28 runs needed in 12 balls now! Graham Hume to Ryan Burl, Fuller and on off, Ryan Burl drives it to covers for one. Graham Hume to Ryan Burl, Lands it on off, Ryan Burl clips it to deep square leg for a brace. Graham Hume to Ryan Burl, A low full toss, outside off. Ryan Burl whips it along the ground to the deep mid-wicket region. The fielder does well to stop it at the fence but the batters collect FOUR runs. Excellent running! Graham Hume to Ryan Burl, Fuller and outside off, Ryan Burl drives it towards covers but restricts for a single. Graham Hume to Clive Madande, Slightly shorter and on off, Clive Madande pulls it towards mid-wicket for one.
Fuller and on off, Ryan Burl reads it well and heaves it over deep mid-wicket for a maximum. 13 needed from the final over now! Josh Little to Ryan Burl, FOUR! On a length and outside off, Ryan Burl looks to swings it hard and gets a thick outside edge as the ball races away the third man fence. Lucky boundary but Zimbabwe won't mind. Josh Little to Clive Madande, Fuller and on off, Clive Madande drives it towards extra covers. The fielder does well to stop it. Single taken.
Zimbabwe vs Ireland 1st ODI Live Updates - The Times of India: 36. 6: Zimbabwe: 214/7Right then, that is all we have from this cracker of a game! Zimbabwe go 1-0 up in the series and they would be looking to seal this three-match ODI series in the second ODI. Ireland, on the other hand, need to win the second game to level the series and take it to the decider. So, it is all to play for and the second ODI will be played on Saturday, 21st of January and the action will start at 12. 45 pm IST (7. 15 am GMT). Do, join us for the build-up.
Paul Stirling, the stand-in skipper of Ireland, says that they had great games so far in Zimbabwe. Adds that they started off by settling in with the bat and got a good score. Says that it was a great game but the rain had its part. Ends by saying that they will come back stronger in the next game. Time for the Presentation... For Ireland, this will be a tough pill to swallow! They made a great comeback with the bat after losing two early wickets on the back of centuries by Andy Balbirnie and Tector. With the ball too, they were disciplined for the most part and managed to reduce Zimbabwe to 99 for four. However, things started going away from them a bit with Burl and Raza playing some aggressive cricket.