Coarse half-hundreds of years from captain Asghar Afghan, Mohammad Nabi and Rashid Khan set up Afghanistan’s persuading 109un prevail upon Ireland in the fourth one-day universal on Friday.
Afghan, who made 54, and Nabi, who top-scored with 64, lifted Afghanistan from a tricky 81 for six to 223 full scale in 49.1 overs in the north Indian city of Dehradun.
Paceman Aftab Alam drove the bowling accuse of four wickets to expel Ireland for 114 in 35.3 overs as Afghanistan took a 2-1 lead in the five-coordinate arrangement.
Khan, who made 52 while batting, and individual spinner Mujeeb Ur Rahman asserted two wickets each to smooth Ireland’s pursuit.
“The best request batsmen didn’t play well yet Rashid (batting at number nine) carried out the responsibility for us,” Afghan said of his man of the match leg-spinner.
“We can allow to different players in the following match.”
Afghanistan wavered in the wake of being put into bat, losing the greater part their side in the eighteenth over against a deadly bowling assault driven by off-spinner Andy McBrine.
McBrine and paceman Boyd Ranking took two wickets each while James Cameron-Dow, who shook the center request including Nabi’s prized scalp, returned figures of 3-32 in his 10 overs.
Afghan, who hit four fours and three sixes in his 70-ball remain, put on an essential seventh-wicket association of 50 with Nabi to trigger his group’s recovery.
He was run out however Nabi kept up the battle amid his 86un remain with Khan, who hit six fours and a six preceding being the last man out.
“They have a profound batting line-up, however I’m not excessively worried about the bowling,” Ireland captain William Porterfield said.
“I am baffled with the batting. We figured out how to lose wickets all through. We didn’t do the fundamentals right. There’s not a great deal to do in multi day, simply need to get into the nets and put forth a valiant effort.”
Ireland won the third ODI on Tuesday after Afghanistan triumphed in the opener and the second match was washed out.
The last match is on Sunday in Dehradun.