Temporary scores: India 213/four (Lokesh Rahul 70, Suresh Raina 69, Hardik Pandya 32; Kevin O’Brien three/40) beat Eire 70/10 (Gary Wilson 15; Kuldeep Yadav three/16, Yuzvendra Chahal three/21) by 143 runs
- India beat Eire by 143 runs to document their greatest T20I win ever, whereas this margin of victory is the second-biggest in T20I cricket general. India bowled Eire out for his or her second-lowest T20I whole (70)
- Siddarth Kaul turned the 75th participant to play a T20 Worldwide for India, having been handed a debut within the second and ultimate match of the sequence. James Shannon turned Kaul’s first worldwide and T20I wicket
- Introduced in as a substitute for Shikhar Dhawan, Lokesh Rahul made his fourth T20I half-century, his 36-ball 70 (three×four, 6×6) taking India to 128 earlier than he was dismissed within the 13th over. Rahul put collectively 106 runs for the second wicket with Suresh Raina. Rahul received the person of the match award for his spectacular innings.
- Raina made his fifth T20I half-century, his 45-ball 69 (5×four, three×6) taking India near 200 earlier than he turned Kevin O’Brien’s third wicket on the day
- For the primary time, India made a 200-plus whole in consecutive T20 Internationals, following up the 208/5 within the first T20I with a colossal 213/four in 20 overs within the second T20I towards Eire
- Captaining India for the 14th time in a Twenty20 Worldwide, Virat Kohli recorded his ninth win as captain