Bangladesh edges Ireland by 5 hurries to secure 2-0 win in ODI cricket series
Captain Tamim Iqbal top-scored with 69 and Mustafizur Rahman accepted four wickets as Bangladesh edged Ireland by five runs Sunday to get triumph in a one-day worldwide cricket series.
Bangladesh posted 274 from 48.5 overs subsequent to being sent in to bat. Ireland was in a decent situation in the pursuit, requiring 10 rushes to win from the last over bowled by Hasan Mahmud prior to losing two wickets inside three conveyances and completing 269-9.
Bangladesh secured the series 2-0 in the wake of winning a high-scoring second ODI by three wickets following a cleaned out opening game.
Iqbal was consistent at the highest point of the innings for Bangladesh, sharing stands of 49 for the second wicket with Najmul Hossain Shanto (35) and 70 for the third wicket with Litton Das (35) preceding he was gotten by Craig Youthful off George Dockrell’s bowling.
Mushfiqur Rahim (45) and Mehidy Hasan Miraz (37) took up the scoring through the center of the innings before Ireland seamer Imprint Adair got three late wickets to return 4-40.
Ireland opener Paul Stirling scored 60 and commander Andy Balbirnie added 53 in a 109-run second-wicket organization that established a strong starting point for the answer.
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Lorcan Exhaust posted 50 years from 53 balls and Harry Tector scored 45 preceding wickets started to fall in the last 10 overs. Mahmud’s wickets on the first and third conveyances of the last over left Ireland requiring six from the last ball, however Craig Youthful couldn’t manage the yorker.