ENG vs IRL Lords Test Day 1: World champions fall prey to Ireland, at 85

London: While the England Cricket Team wrote history by winning its first World Cup after this year’s victory, the team suffered a huge shame on Wednesday after the Irish fought in 85 years in the Lord’s four-day test.
Returning to the test cricket exactly 10 days after winning the World Cup, the team was destroyed by a tie by Tim Murta, who claimed 5/13.
Murtag became the first Irish polucilinder who received five wickets in the test match during the fifteenth match.
Former England captain Michael Vaughan has said England has been canceled by some very bad blow against Irish smuggler Murtagh born in London.
The hosts won, and Joe Roots decided to play first, but England was ready for 85 runs before lunch, after which Ireland posted 207 with a 122-run lead to continue the match on the second day Thursday.
It is also the first time that England went out to Lord’s lunch at the morning opening, and the lowest home testing since 1997 against Australia.

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