Fast bowler Hasan Mahmud has claimed his maiden five-for as Bangladesh defeated Ireland by 10 wickets to take the one-day international series 2-0.
Bangladesh, who won the first match by 183 runs for their largest ODI victory before the second game was washed out, had never previously beaten any team by 10 wickets.
Opting to bat first under overcast conditions on Thursday, Ireland were bowled out for 101 in 28.1 overs.
The Bangladeshi pacers claimed all 10 wickets for the first time in their history, with Hasan taking 5-32, Taskin Ahmed 3-26, and Ebadot Hossain 2-29.
The hosts knocked off the target effortlessly, making 102 without loss in just 13.1 overs.
Liton Das was 50 not out off 38 balls after hitting 10 fours in his ninth fifty, while skipper Tamim Iqbal hit the winning single in a run-a-ball 41 that included five fours and two sixes.
Only two Ireland batters reached double figures, Curtis Campher making a team-best 36 and Lorcan Tucker adding 28.
Hasan ran through the Ireland top order with an impressive display of pace bowling, leaving Ireland in tatters at 3-22 in the ninth over when Taskin Ahmed got into the act.
Taskin had skipper Andrew Balbirnie caught by Najmul Hossain at first slip for six to open his tally.
Tucker and Campher then provided some resistance until Ebadot intervened to trap Tucker.
Hasan, in his second spell, got rid of Campher, who pulled a slower delivery and was caught by Taskin at deep fine leg.
Hasan completed his five-for and ended the Irish innings when he got Graham Hume leg before for three through video review.
Australian Associated Press
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