Ireland were beaten by Bangladesh at a rain-hit Stormont on Sunday in the first of two one-day internationals between the countries.
Opening bat Jason Molins top-scored for Ireland with 64
Opener Jason Molins top-scored with 64 in Ireland's rain-interrupted innings, which was reduced to 32 overs.
Bangladesh were set a revised target of 206 and managed to get it with two wickets and one ball to spare thanks to a superb 100 from Nafis Iqbal.
The sides meet again at Limavady on Monday morning at 1045 BST.