Tabraiz Shamsi,
Tabraiz Shamsi, the world's leading T20I bowler, has picked Ireland up four wickets.


In the first T20I, South Africa thrashed Ireland 33 times

Tabraiz Shamsi got four wickets as 165 was defended by South Africa

South Africa established a 1-0 lead in the winning three-game series.

Tabraiz Shamsi took four wickets while South Africa beats Ireland 33 times to lead 1-0 in the three-game T20I series.

South Africa handily defeats Ireland by 33 runs in Monday’s opening 3-game Twenty20 International Series (T20I) in Dublin, Spinner Tabraiz Shamsi claimed four wickets. For visitors with 39, Aiden Markram scored the top and David Miller scored 28 when South Africa reached 165-7 in their 20 overs. Seven of the eight top batters were doubled after they asked tourists to bat, although no one made a huge mark. Ireland collapsed to 46-5 in response, with Harry Tector (36) showing resistance but wickets tumbling regularly, the hosts only being able to collect 132-9.

Shamsi, the top-ranked bowler in cricket T20, finished off his four overs with statistics of 4-27.

The teams meet Thursday and Saturday in Belfast.

The recent international one-day series between the sides was 1-1.

Short scores

165-7, 20 over South Africa (A Markram 39, D Miller 28, R van der Dussen 25; M Adair 3-39)

Ireland 132-9, twenty (H Tector 36, A Balbirnie 22; T Shamsi 4-27)

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