London: Tim Murtagh won five windows when England suffered a drop to a level of 85 in the early morning of his individual test against Ireland on Wednesday.
Murtagh, who played City Cricket on the ground for Middlesex, had five windows for the 13 races in nine games, while Ireland began sensationally with his first cricket home test.
In this process, the 37-year-old warrior became the first Irish bowler to take five windows to test tickets in what was only his third competition at this level.
England, on the ground, where they won the World Cup 50 times more than a week ago, was cheated in a 23.4-point game, and after Captain Joe Root won.
It was the last frustrating bankruptcy incident in England before the beginning of the week: the third time in three years, they have lost all 10 windows at the conference in the last three years, not having done this before since 1938.
It was also his lowest score in the House of Commons, as they were rejected by 77 by Australia at Lord’s in 1997 and arrived warm in their boots against the West Indies in Barbados in January.