Rashid Khan began to take four wickets in four balls as Afghanistan beat Ireland to obtain a 3-0 sequence win in the final Twenty20 international in India.
The world’s top-ranked bowler in the game’s quickest format finished the match with 5-27 after Ireland began their chase of 211 sharply.
Mohammad Nabi hit seven sixes as his 81 drove Afghanistan over the 200 point for the second time in two days.
Ireland opener Kevin O’Brien top-scored for his harmful with 74.
Khan, who began to take 4-25 a day previously, had his second courtesy of a stunning capture over the boundary line from Nabi before Shane Geftake and also Simi Singh tumbled in the next two deliveries.
The five-match ODI series between the countries starts on Thursday before they play a Test match up at the same Dehradun location starting on 15 March.