George Dockrell saw Ireland to a narrow Twenty20 international series win over Afghanistan in a rain-affected finale at Stormont on Wednesday.
Dockrell hit the winning run with two balls to spare after Ireland had been set a revised target of 56 in seven overs, with a seven-wicket victory giving the hosts the five-match contest 3-2.
And when Adair dismissed Ibrahim Zadran, he had figures of 3-16, with Afghanistan 26-3 inside four overs.
But having made an unbeaten 44, off just 40 balls — including three fours and two sixes — Ghani’s innings was curtailed by rain, with Afghanistan 95-5 off 15 overs.
A lengthy delay left Ireland chasing a revised target.
Off-spinner Mujeeb Ur Rahman had Balbirnie lbw for nine and when he had Paul Stirling (16) caught at midwicket, Ireland were 38-2.
That became 45-3 when Tucker fell to leg-spinner Rashid Khan for 14.
But Harry Tector and Dockrell then held their nerve as Ireland won with three wickets down.