Finland may have started their series against Denmark at Svanholm Park in Brondby with a win, but it was the home team who came out on top as the series concluded today.

Two matches were played yesterday, with Finland putting Denmark into bat after Nathan Collins won the toss. The home side scored 137-8 from their 20 overs. Rizwan Mahmood top scored with 45, whilst Saif Ahmad was close behind with 44.

Finland started their reply with a 51 run partnership for the first wicket before Sapan Mehta was out for 33. Another 48 was added for the second between Nathan Collins and Aravind Mohan, that partnership ending when Mohan was dismissed for 24.

Collins was out for 36 from the very next ball as Denmark began to swing the game back their way. From 97-1, Finland collapsed to 127-7 and they needed 11 to win from the final five balls. A wide and a dot ball left them needing 10 from four. Peter Gallagher hit a six to get Finland back in the hunt, and two runs from the fourth legitimate delivery left them needing two from two. Gallagher was in no mood to get them in singles though as he hammered another six to secure the three wicket win.

The second match of the day proved to be very different for Finland though. After Denmark scored 171-5 from their 20 overs, Taranjit Bharaj top-scoring with 59 and Hamid Shah scoring 49, Finland were bundled out for just 33, losing by 138 runs. It was the fifth lowest total in men's T20Is.

That set things up nicely for today's series decider. Denmark again batted first and their innings was led by Hamid Shah. He opened the batting with Saif Ahmad and they put on 44 for the first wicket before Ahmad was out for 22. Shah, playing in his hometown, batted until the very end of Denmark's innings. He was run out on the final delivery as he tried to reach his century. It was the first time anyone, male or female, had been run out for 99 in T20Is.

Denmark's final total was 164-4, and it proved to be too much for the visitors. Abdullah Mahmood took 4-12 as they were kept to 109-8 and lost by 55 runs with the home team securing the 2-1 series win.