ICC World Twenty20 - 12th match, Group A

India v Ireland

India won by 8 wickets (with 15 balls remaining)

16.3

Khan to McCallan, no run, slower one outside off, around 116 kmph full delivery, lunges out and is beaten

16.4

Khan to McCallan, 1 run, yorker tried, ends up as a full toss, pushed to mid-on region

Ireland 93/8   WK McCallan 1* (2b)

17.1

Harbhajan Singh to McCallan, 1 run, slows up the pace, shortens the length, goes for the reverse sweep but pushes it weakly to short third man

17.3

Harbhajan Singh to McCallan, 2 runs, flighted delivery on the middle stump, lunges out to chip it high towards wide long-on boundary

17.4

Harbhajan Singh to McCallan, FOUR, Another profitable reverse sweep. Tossed around the off stump and reversed away past short third man

17.5

Harbhajan Singh to McCallan, 4 leg byes, charges down the track, Harbhajan drags back the length and beats the batsman. So he thought. The ball bounds away off the pad and runs down to third man boundary

17.6

Harbhajan Singh to McCallan, 1 run, moves outside leg stump, serves a doosra, swatted away to long-on

Ireland 112/8   WK McCallan 9* (7b 1x4)
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Photos

Jun 10, 2009

Kyle McCallan is chuffed after getting rid of MS Dhoni, India v Ireland, ICC World Twenty20, Trent Bridge, June 10, 2009

Kyle McCallan is chuffed after getting rid of MS Dhoni

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Jun 10, 2009

Yuvraj Singh and Rohit Sharma walk off after India's win, India v Ireland, ICC World Twenty20, Trent Bridge, June 10, 2009

Yuvraj Singh and Rohit Sharma walk off after India's win

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