As a result of India's victory over Ireland in the second T20I, India clinched the two-match series 2-0.

India swept the two-match series with a nail-biting high-scoring second T20 International on Tuesday thanks to Deepak Hooda's masterful maiden century.

Only the fourth Indian to reach a hundred in a T20 International, Hooda scored 104 off 57 balls.....

225 for seven was achieved by India thanks to Sanju Samson's outstanding innings. Sanju Samson contributed 77 off 42 balls

In just 34 balls, Stirling and Balbirnie shared 72 runs for the opening wicket for Ireland. As far as Stirling was concerned, the world went hammer and tongs.

With skipper Andy Balbirnie scoring 60 off 37, Paul Stirling defending 40 off 18 and Harry Tector defending 39 off 28 and George Dockrell giving Ireland a shout,

Umran Malik, a rookie Indian pacer, defended 17 runs in the final over, ultimately leading to defeat for the visitors.

With a single off 55 balls, Hooda became the fourth Indian century in the format, joining Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul, and Suresh Raina.

As his teammates join him, Hardik Pandya hands the trophy over to Umran Malik, a young speedster. India won the series 2-0 without some of their veterans.

Player Of The Match Heepak Hooda