After rain cut the game down to 12 overs per side, Harry Tector's not-out 64 off 33 balls helped Ireland get to 108/4.
In the chase, India was always ahead of the run rate. Ishan Kishan (26 runs off 11 balls), Deepak Hooda (47 not out off 29 balls), and captain Hardik Pandya (24 runs off 12 balls) all helped India win in 9.2 overs.
India got off to a fast start because Kishan kept up his excellent play. Kishan hit Joshua Little for a couple of fours and a six in the first over, which led to 15 runs.
Deepak Hooda came to open with Kishan instead of Ruturaj Gaikwad, which was a bit of a surprise. After a shaky start, he found his rhythm and helped Hardik win the game with a 64-run stand. Just when it looked like India would win by a lot, Craig Young got rid of Kishan and Suryakumar Yadav (0) with two consecutive balls, giving his team hope. In another attempt to hit a whole ball out of the park, the stumps of Kishan were shaking.
When Suryakumar returned to the team after an injury break, the first ball he hit seemed to go back and catch him in front of the stumps. But Hardik and Hooda kept going for their shots, and Andy McBrine's 21-run over gave India back the lead.