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Bangladesh beat NZ by 5 wickets in tri-series last match in Ireland


Bangladesh beat New Zealand by 5 wickets in the tri-nation cricket series last match in Ireland Wednesday, in a maiden win against the Kwis away from home.

By virtue of this victory, Bangladesh got elevated to sixth in one-day international rankings while the Tigers` direct participation in 2019 World Cup looked all but certain.

In the last match of the series, the Black Caps scored 270 for 8 in the first innings. In reply, the Tigers made 271 for the loss of five wickets.

Musfiqur Rahim became man of the match for his brilliant performance that helped the team steer to the shore in an excellent partnership with Mahmudullah Riyadh.

The Kwis won the series for their three wins while Bangladesh stood `close behind` with two victories and point sharing in another match with the host Ireland as the play was washed out by rain.

National leaders, including prime minister Sheikh Hasina, congratulated the national team.

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