Afghanistan sealed a historic first Test win following a seven-wicket triumph over Ireland at Dehradun in India.
Rashid Khan claimed the first ever five-wicket haul in Tests for Afghanistan as they near a maiden Test match win over Ireland.
Afghanistan batsman Rahmat Shah fell two runs short of a maiden Test century as Ireland fought back on day two in Dehradun.
Afghanistan had the better of the opening day of their Test match against Ireland, bowling their opponents out for 172.
Ireland tied their series with Afghanistan, securing a five-wicket win in the fifth and final ODI on Sunday.
Afghanistan recovered from 81-6 to beat Ireland by 109 runs in the fourth ODI and earn an unassailable 2-1 series lead.
Andrew Balbirnie struck a career-best 145 not out to steer Ireland to a four-wicket victory over Afghanistan in the third ODI.
Paul Stirling's 89 proved in vain as Ireland suffered a five-wicket defeat to Afghanistan in the first one-day international.
Rashid Khan took four wickets in four balls as Afghanistan swept Ireland 3-0 - a day after breaking the T20 world record.
Afghanistan hit a record T20I score of 278-3 to beat Ireland by 84 runs as Hazratullah Zazai blasted 162 not out off 62 balls.
Ireland will play their first away Test against Afghanistan in March next year with the match in India starting on St Patrick's Day.
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