UAE vs IRE: Virat Kohli’s reign ends before T20 World Cup, this player becomes number-1

UAE Summer T20 Bash 2021, United Arab Emirates vs Ireland, 6th T20I: In the UAE Summer T20 Bash 2021, the sixth T20 match was played between the United Arab Emirates and Ireland on 10 October, in which the UAE won by 7 wickets. In this match, Ireland opener Paul Stirling scored 40 runs in 35 balls with the help of 4 fours, with which he created history in T20 International. Paul Stirling has left behind Indian captain Virat Kohli in terms of hitting most fours in T20 Internationals with this innings. Sterling has 288 fours in his name in this format, while Virat Kohli has 285 fours in this case. It took 90 innings for Kohli to reach here, while this Irish batsman has left behind Virat Kohli in 89 innings.Also Read – IPL 2021: Marcus Stoinis expects Delhi Capitals to return to playoff stage

If we look at the list of players who hit the most sixes in T20 Internationals, Martin Guptill is at the third position after Paul Stirling and Virat Kohli, who has hit 256 fours, while Rohit Sharma with 252 fours. are present in the fourth position. Also Read – IPL 2021, RCB vs DC: We had nothing to lose… Virat Kohli called the win ‘incredible’

In this match played at the ICC Academy Ground in Dubai, after losing the toss, Ireland scored 134 runs for the loss of 5 wickets and batted first. Paul Stirling along with Kevin O’Brien took 85 runs for the first wicket. Kevin got out after scoring 54 runs in 45 balls with the help of 3 boundaries. Rohan Mustafa took the maximum 3 wickets from the opposition team. Also Read – IPL 2021 Play Off: As soon as Mumbai is out, the picture of the playoff is clear, know – when, with whom, whose match

Chasing the target, UAE had lost two big wickets in the form of Chirag Suri (4) and Arvind (11) till the score of 39. After this, Wasim Muhammad along with Mohammad Usman (10) scored 92 runs for the third wicket and gave the team victory. Wasim played an unbeaten innings of 107 runs in 62 balls with the help of 14 fours and 4 sixes. Craig Young took 2 for Ireland, while Simi Singh took 1 hunt.