Afridi scored 147 runs for the third day to finish with 29 courses for 1. Andy McBrien returned to Mohammed Shahzad, who scored two runs in the 34th over with cautionary batting. Rahmat Shah spent the rest of the day with Ihsanullah. Afghans will still win 118 races
Paul E. Starling, who lost to Ireland's domains at the beginning of the day, began playing at Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium in Dehra Dun, with 22 running from 1 to 1 on Sunday. Yamin Ahmadiyya's ball hit the ball, but it was returned with LBW.
Andy Balmerny took the side in the 104-round partnership with James McCullum. Ireland's resistance to breaking left-arm spin Waqar Salamkheel was broken when he was beaten. Balarani returned to score 81 runs from 149 balls with 11 fours.
Rashid was caught by LBW at McLaugh with 39 runs from five fours. The two bowlers of the two bowlers thrown into 20 overs lost four wickets in the series.
The team lost by six wickets for 157 runs with George Dockrell and Kevin O & # 39; Brien Batting. They added 63 races to the seventh wicket. Dashreel broke the partnership with LBW Rashid This leg spinner returned to LBW of O & # 39; Brien in the next over after scoring 56 races from 78 balls in seven balls. He took five wickets for the first time in the test after leaving McBrien, Rashid.
Ireland's tenth wicket resistance, like the first innings, has been the primary cause. For the second time in the test, it added fifty-two pairs. James Cameron-Dow was with Tim Martagh. He was unbeaten in 32 races. Ahmadazai to return to Ireland with 288 runs in four.
Rashid took five wickets for 82 races. Ahmadajai took 3 wickets and 52 races.
Ireland 1st round: 172
Afghanistan 1st round: 314
Ireland 2nd round: (22/1 at the end of the first day) 288 in 93 overs (Sterling 14, Balearny 82, McCullum 39, B & B 56, Pointer 1, Thompson 1, Dockrell 25, McBrien 4, Cameron-Dow 32 *, Martagh 27; Ahmedzai 3/52, Nabi 0/58, Rashid 5/82, Salamkheli 2/66, Wafaara 0-24)
Afghanistan 2nd innings: (Goal 147) 29/1 in 16 overs (Shahzad 2, Ihsanullah 16 *, Rahmat 11 *; Dockrell 0/18, McBrien 1/8, Carromon-Dow 0/3)