Bangladesh beat Ireland by 7 wickets
Dhaka, April 7: Bangladesh beat Ireland by seven wickets to clinch the only Test match.
The home team was set a target of 137 runs, which they managed by the second session of day 4.
Earlier, Ireland folded for 214 runs in their first innings as Taijul Islam picked by a fifer.
Bangladesh rode on the back of Mushfiqur Rahim's century to post 369 runs.
In their second innings, the visitors managed 292 runs. Lorcan Tucker score 108 and was ably supported by Andy McBrine's 72.
Taijul finished the match with nine wickets as he picked up a four-fer in the second innings.
Like the first innings, Rahim top scored with 51 not out as the hosts won comfortably.
McBrine had earlier picked up six wickets in Bangladesh's first innings.
Rahim was adjudged the Player of the Match for his batting efforts.