Majid Haq recently played his 200th game for Scotland © Getty Images
Majid Haq recently played his 200th game for Scotland © Getty Images

Sep 12, 2014

Majid Haq, the experienced off-spinner takes took the first five-for for his career and his crucial five wickets which helped Scotland to get the upper hand in the third One-day International (ODI) against Ireland at the Village ground in Dublin. Two of his five wickets came in his very first over of the match when he got Stuart Thompson caught behind and trapped John Anderson in front of the wicket. His final bowling analysis are, 10 overs no maiden, 54 runs and five wickets.

Earlier Scotland won the toss and as expected decided to field first on foggy morning in Dublin. The match was delayed by 45 minutes due to wet outfield. When eventually the match started the Scotland bowlers managed to keep Irish batsmen on check. Ireland reached 187 for seven after 44 overs.

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