All rounder Nasir Hossain, who played a important roll behind Bangladesh's thrilling one run victory in the second match, said he enjoyed to bat in the crisis moment of the team.
The right handed all rounder hit his maiden unbeaten 50 in his T20 career and played a major role of his team's maiden T20 series victory in the foreign soil.
"Believe me I enjoy to bat and love to play my own style in this position after we loss quick four or five wickets," Nasir told the reporters after the match on Friday.
He said initially he was facing timing problem with bat and ball in the match adding that 160 runs was good enough on this surface.
Bangladesh climb up sixth position in ICC T20 ranking spot
Tigers kept their commitment finally as they lifted up their position in sixth in the T20 ranking spot ahead of New Zealand, former T20 World champion India and West Indies after a two consecutive victories against Ireland in the ongoing three matches T20 series in Belfast.
Before leaving the country, this was the Tiger's main mission was to break the ICC Twenty20 team rankings during their tour of Ireland and Netherlands and they made it finally.
Not only that they also won the T20 series for the first time in the foreign soil also barging in the ICC T20 ranking to make the million of Bangladeshi cricket fans proud.
Earlier, Bangladesh was not ranked in the T20 ranking spot as they needed a minimum of eight matches in the three-year period. They lost five of their six matches and their only win came against West Indies last year in Dhaka.
England still kept their top position in the ranking table intact followed by South Africa, Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Australia.
Ireland lost nerve in the crunch moment: Simmons
Ireland's West Indian coach Phil Simmons admitted that his team lost their nerve at the crunch moment.
Bangladesh who came back from the jaws of defeat to snatch a nail biting one run victory in the second T20 cricket over Ireland to take an unassailable lead in the three match series on Friday at the Civil Service Cricket at Stormont, Belfast used their experienced to prevail in the difficult conditions.
Simmons was positive and he acknowledged his team had greatly improved their performance compared to the first match where Bangladesh beat Ireland by 71 runs. " That was lot better, we were on top for 80% of the game, but we lost it in the last overs.
While Bangladesh was batting we conceded too many runs and then Mahmudullah and Shakib showed us how to put pressure on.
He was brave enough to admit: " Probably my inexperienced side could not prevail in the crunch situation while our Bangladesh showed maturity by remaining calm and tackle the situation to their utmost advantage. Our bowlers did their job and managed to keep Bangladesh below 150. But I thought we conceded 10 to 15 runs unnecessarily which at the end looked like a burden difficult to carry. While at the run chase Irish were well on course but lack of experience saw our batters panicked at the crucial juncture."