Star Sports live cricket streaming India vs Ireland World Cup 2015 match

Ireland has won the toss and has elected to bat first in a crucial World Cup match against India which is being played at the Seddon Park, Hamilton.

As per latest updates, Ireland has scored 228 runs with the loss of eight wickets in 43 overs. Umesh Yadav and R Jadeja took two wickets each for India.

Earlier, Irish Captain William Porterfield had no hesitations to choose batting first after winning the toss. The Captain during toss told that his team will be trying to score a total which is competitive, and it will help them to put pressure on India during the second innings.

Dhoni wins toss against Ireland

On the other hand, Indian Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni told that he would have chosen bowling first if the toss was in his favor.

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The match is being shown live in Star Sports 1 and Star Sports HD in India. Sky Sports and PTV Sports are telecasting the match in United Kingdom and Pakistan respectively.

The match live streaming can also be watched on Star Sports Official website here or Here.

Ireland started their innings in spanking passion, as their openers William Porterfield and Paul Stirling put up a decent show by building a first wicket stand of 89 runs. Follow the Ind vs Ire live cricket score here.

Paul Striling got dismissed in the 15th over after making 42 runs in his account. Ed Joyce failed to make any impact as he was dismissed for just two runs in his account.

Irish skipper William Porterfield scored an elegant half century before being dismissed in a Mohit Sharma delivery at the 32nd over.

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Umesh Yadav, the kingpin among Indian bowlers was quite expensive in his first spell, as he conceded 15 runs in his two overs.

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