"Lucky to win two games. We haven't played the perfect game yet, we lost a lot of wickets in the middle, and even 200 was looking difficult, but Mahmudullah and Mushy played very well. We got a fighting total, but I think our bowling was special. Taskin was asked to come on short notice, and Mehidy bowled well.


"Our bowling and fielding was great today, but we haven't nailed the perfect performance yet. We had to step up in our fielding and take the catches we didn't take, those will change games, and if we take those then I'll be a happy captain," he explained.

Sri Lanka captain Kusal Perera made his displeasure known. "It's very disappointing. Both matches, the middle-order collapsed and lack of experience cost us. We need to have a serious talk. They have to back and believe in their strength and play fearless cricket," he said.

The two teams will now clash in the third and final ODI at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium on Friday.

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