Ireland has looking exciting so far in the T20 International Cup crusade, with pacer Curtis Campher getting a twofold hattrick. The Netherlands were shocked by two fast wickets, with Ben Cooper and Bas de Leede not scoring a lot. At 22-2, they were in some difficulty before two of their best players Max O'Dowd and Colin Ackermann held hands to balance out the boat. Similarly, as when the Netherlands were beginning to look somewhat consistent, Curis Camper broke every one of their expectations by excusing Colin Ackermann, Ryan ten Doeschate, Scott Edwards and Roelof van der Merwe in back to back conveyances.
Curtis Campher joined Sri Lanka legend Lasith Malinga and Afghanistan spinner Rashid Khan in a first class rundown of players with four wickets in four balls in T20I cricket.
Campher's first wicket was somewhat fortunate, with Colin Ackermann getting found out down the leg side. While the on-field umpire gave him not out, captain Andrew Balbirnie rushed to survey the call which was subsequently changed to out. On the following conveyance, Campher caught Ryan ten Doeschate LBW prior to excusing Scott Edwards in a similar way to finish a phenomenal hattrick.
Having as of now enrolled his name in record books by turning into the nineteenth player to take a T20I hattrick, Campher went above and beyond and finished an uncommon twofold hattrick by knocking off Roel of van der Merwe.
Campher's spell upheld by a noteworthy three-wicket pull by Mark Adair assisted Ireland with excusing the Netherlands for 106, preceding pursuing the objective effortlessly. Ireland next face Sri Lanka on October 20 in Abu Dhabi.