England bowlers ran through Ireland's batting order to register a comfortable victory in the one-off Test at Lord's.
Jack Leach missed out on a century while Jason Roy notched up his maiden Test half-century on Day 2 of the one-off Test against Ireland.
Fans on Twitter recalled Michael Vaughan's tweet from January 31, 2019, to troll Team India and took a dig on him after England's poor show against Ireland.
Tim Murtagh enjoyed a remarkable return of five wickets for 13 runs in nine overs on the opening day of Ireland's first Test match clash with England and just their third in all.
Ireland claimed a first-innings lead of 122 runs against England, on the opening day of a one-off Test at Lord's on Wednesday.
The Ireland fast bowlers ran through the English batting as the hosts were sent packing in less than one session.
Boyd Rankin joined the ranks of Billy Murdoch, Iftikhar Ali Khan Pataudi and Kepler Wessels to have represented two countries in Test cricket.
Jason Roy is set to make his Test debut on Wednesday as England take on Ireland in a one-off Test.
Ireland made their Test debut last year, suffering a final day defeat by Pakistan in Dublin.
Jason Roy scored 443 runs in the World Cup, but England's selectors were keen to get him red-ball practice ahead of the Ashes series.
The Windies ran riot in the opening match of a triangular series also featuring Bangladesh.
John Campbell and Shai Hope exceeded the previous best opening partnership of 304 set by Pakistan's Imam-ul-Haq and Fakhar Zaman.
Ben Foakes stumping of Ireland's Andy Balbirnie has left the cricketing world divided with some even claiming that it was worse than 'mankading'.
England collapsed to 66 for five chasing a modest 199 for victory before Ben Foakes along with Tom Curran came to the rescue.
Afghanistan needed only 118 runs to complete formalities against Ireland on Day 4.
Tim Murtagh scored 54 not out and 27 in each innings for Ireland vs Afghanistan to create a new Test record.
Chasing 147 to win, Afghanistan were 29 for one at stumps on Day 3.
Ireland trail by 120 runs with eight wickets in hand after the team's battling line-up crumbed against the Afghan spin attack on day one.