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Massive victory for Bangladesh

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Mustafizur Rahman celebrates after taking the wicket of Paul Stirling in the second over of the Tri-Nation Cricket series between Bangladesh and Ireland at Dublin in Ireland on Friday.

Sports Reporter :
Bangladesh recorded a massive eight-wicket victory over Ireland in their match of the Tri-Nation series at Dublin in Ireland on Friday.
Sent into bat first, Ireland scored 181 off 46.3 overs.
In reply, Bangladesh romped home making 182 for the loss of two wickets when they had 137 balls to spare.
Soumya Sarkar remained unbeaten with 87. He hit 11 fours and two sixes in his 68-ball knock.
Tamim Iqbal hit 47 from 54 balls featuring six fours, while Sabbir Rahman made
 35 off 34 balls with three fours and a sixer.
Earlier, 'Wonder Boy' Mustafizur Rahman played the key role in wrecking Ireland innings. He captured four wickets at the cost of 23 runs. The left-arm pacer was adjudged the Man of the Match for his outstanding bowling performance.

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