|Eire 319-6 (45 overs): H Tector 140 (113), Dockrell 74* (47)|
|Bangladesh 320-7 (44.3 overs): Shanto 117 (93), Hridoy 68 (58)|
|Bangladesh received by three wickets|
Bangladesh beat Eire by three wickets in a dramatic second one-day worldwide at Chelmsford to take a 1-0 lead within the collection.
Set 320 to win a match lowered to 45 overs a facet by rain, Bangladesh triumphed with three balls to spare because of Mushfiqur Rahim’s 36 not out.
Najmul Hossain Shanto made 117 and Towhid Hridoy 68 to arrange their chase.
Harry Tector hit 140 off 113 balls and George Dockrell an unbeaten 74 off 47 in Eire’s 319-6.
The ultimate match of the collection takes place on the identical venue on Sunday.
Eire, who wanted to win the collection 3-0 to retain hope of automated World Cup qualification, will compete in a 10-team qualifying match in Zimbabwe beginning subsequent month.
Tector hit 10 sixes – a document for an Eire participant in an ODI – in making his fourth century in his previous 9 matches. He now averages 53.69 in 31 video games within the format.
He added 98 for the third wicket with captain Andy Balbirnie and 115 for the sixth with Dockrell earlier than being bowled by Ebadot Hossain with three overs remaining.
Shanto and Hridoy’s fourth-wicket stand of 131 shaped the centrepiece of Bangladesh’s pursuit.
Nonetheless, they fell within the area of three overs and Mehidy Hasan’s departure left them 286-6, needing 34 off 38 balls and leaving Mushfiqur with solely the tail for firm.
He was virtually run out with 26 wanted off 23 deliveries, and Paul Stirling dropped Taijul Islam two balls later.
Josh Little trapped Taijul Islam lbw within the penultimate over to go away Bangladesh needing 5 off the final.
Mushfiqur failed to attain off the primary two deliveries and was caught at deep backward square-leg off the third, however Mark Adair was no-balled for a waist-high full toss.
Mushfiqur ramped the the free hit over wicketkeeper Lorcan Tucker’s head to seal an exciting victory.