Harry Tector and George Dockrell have guided Ireland to a T20 series success over Zimbabwe with a six-wicket win in Harare.
The Irish wrapped up their series win 2-1 on Sunday but the outcome was very much still in the balance as Ireland slipped to 4-37 in pursuit of Zimbabwe's 6-140.
But Tector (54 not out) and Dockrell (49no) shared an unbroken partnership of 104 from 76 balls as Ireland got home with eight deliveries to spare.
Josh Little, Gareth Delany and Craig Young all took two wickets apiece to keep Zimbabwe in check.
Skipper Ryan Burl top scored with 36 and the hosts took control as Ireland batters Andy Balbirnie, Paul Stirling, Lorcan Tucker and Curtis Campher were quickly dismissed.
But Tector and Dockrell built their innings superbly and Ireland completed the comeback series win after losing the series opener.
Ireland captain Stirling said: "Delighted to get over the line. After losing such a tight game in the first game you can fall apart really quickly but we did well to come back."
Australian Associated Press