England Bundled out on 85 Runs During One Off Tests Against Ireland As Tim Murtagh Snaps Five Wickets; Netizens Trolled the CWC 2019 Champions
Tim Murtagh of Ireland acknowledges the applause received for taking five wickets in an innings during day one of the Specsavers 1st Test match between England and Ireland at Lord's Cricket Ground on July 24, 2019 in London, England. (Photo Credits: Getty Images)

Just 10 days after being crowned as CWC 2019 Champions, England have been bundled out on the score of 85 runs at the Lord’s Cricket Ground in London. It was Tim Murtagh who bowled excellently at the economy of 1.44 and snapped five wickets by giving away only 13 runs from nine overs. By being bundled out on the score of 85 runs, Team England sent a wave of shocked amongst the netizens and they trolled the team brutally The Internet users also hailed bowler Tim Murtagh for his feat. Talking about the game, England won the toss and elected to bat. ENG vs IRE One-Off Test Series 2019, First Innings: Tim Murtagh Rips England Batting Line Up With Five Wickets as Hosts Get Bundled out on 85.

The first innings turned out to be quite contrary to one's assumption of the hosts having a cakewalk in the match. Little did Joe Root and men know that Tim Murtagh would take advantage of the green wickets and send the team packing on the score of 84 runs. Joe Denly was the only highest scorer of the first innings as he made 23 runs on the board. Rory Burns and Jason Roy made way to the pavilion quite early in the game as they got out on 6 and 5. Eoin Morgan departed on 2. Jonny Bairstow, Moeen Ali and Chris Woakes got out on a golden duck. Click here to get live ball-by-ball commentary and live score updates of England vs Ireland Test match

With a little contribution from the lower order, the team reached the score of 85. Needless to say, the Three Lions got trolled brutally on social media Check tweets below:

Meme.

Michael Vaughan is equally shocked.

England planning to import the Middlesex cricketer?

Wickets.

Tim Murtagh name on the honour board.

This is the first time since 1997 that England has registered their lowest total at home. Back in 1997, England got all out against Australia on 77 runs. England’s lowest ever score 45 all out which fortunately had been surpassed. As of now, Ireland is batting on the score of 16 runs without a loss of a single wicket.