Bangladesh mount pressure on Ireland
Bangladesh bowlers continued to mount pressures on Ireland as the host team collected 134 runs with losing 6 wickets after 32 overs in their third one-day international (ODI) match of the Tri-Nation Series at Malahide, Dublin on Friday.

Gary Wilson and George Dockrell  are now batting on 5 and 0 runs respectively.

Bangladesh bowlers captured five wickets, Kevin O'Brien, Ed Joyce, Neil O'Brien, Andy Balbirnie, William Porterfield and Paul Stirling, where pacer Mustafizur Rahman grabbed three wickets, all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan, right-arm spinner Mosaddek Hossain and Sunzamul Islam shared one wicket each.

Mustafiz made the first breakthrough for Bangladesh dismissing Ireland batsman Paul Stirling in the second over of the innings, keeping the Irish on zero.

Mosaddek departed Ireland's 2nd stand of 37 in 7 overs between skipper William Porterfield and Ed Joyce.

Porterfield scored 22 off 25 balls featuring three boundaries and one six before giving return catch to Mosaddek, leaving the team on 37/2 in 8.3 overs.

In the 2nd ball of his 2nd over, Shakib bowled out Andy Balbirnie (12 off 24b; 1x6), hunting down the third Irish batsman on 61/3 in 14.2 overs.

Earlier, Bangladesh skipper Mashrafe Mortaza won the toss and decided to field first.

After sharing the points in the Walton Tri-Nation Series opener, Bangladesh again is playing host Ireland.

Both, Bangladesh and Ireland must look forward to their maiden win in the series.

The Tigers are in the 2nd slot by virtue of more run rate while Ireland side running in the bottom, both side remained winless playing out two matches each.

Bangladesh conceded a four-wicket defeat against the topper New Zealand in their 2nd match on Wednesday. New Zealand started their campaign with a 51-run win against Ireland on May 14.

If Bangladesh could manage wins in the next two matches and New Zealand loss the both, there will be a chance for the Tigers to clinch the series.