Bangladesh vs England, 3rd T20I
Bangladesh won by 16 runs
Bangladesh are going to celebrate this victory well into the night. They just showed how strong they are at home and even the defending champions didn't stand a chance against them. England will take back lessons from this series and knowledge about players who thrived in these conditions. That's a wrap from us. Keep tuning in for all the cricket updates. Until next time, goodbye and stay safe..
Shakib Al Hasan | Bangladesh captain: We were really good in this series and fielded exceptionally well and that was a major change. There's a World Cup next year and we can build on this victory. We batted really well on a tricky wicket and we didn't know what was a good total. Litton and Rony started well and Shanto finished it off. The two set batters got out in two balls and that changed the game completely, Mustafizur was exceptional with the ball. That will be another challenge for us. Ireland are a very good side in the T20 format.
Najmul Hossain Shanto | Player of the series: Thanks to almighty. Good thing to win this series. Special thanks to all the coaching staff and players. This is very important as a team, if we field well it helps the bowlers. We have a big series coming up, we hope we can continue our good performance.
Litton Das | Player of the Match: I am really happy. When the ball was new it was challenging, there was a bit of extra kick and I had to take time to get used to the surface. The way Shanto and Rony batted, they took the pressure off me and allowed me to build the innings.
Jos Buttler | England captain: Really disappointing to lose the series, congratulations to Bangladesh, they outplayed us completely. We came back well (at the death), we missed some opportunities in the field which is disappointing. The wicket got better as it went on and I thought we did well to restrict them to the total we did. We hoped we could chase it down but it didn't happen. Losing two wickets quickly was crucial. Very disappointed in myself for not diving and being fully committed to completing that run.
18:31 Local Time, 12:31 GMT, 18:01 IST: How did England lose this? They were in complete control till the 13th over. Malan was batting on 50+, Buttler was well set and the pair had added 95 for the second wicket, but the game changed in two balls which saw both batters back in the hut. Even though the asking rate was under control, it was not easy for the new batters to come in and start smoking them out of the park. Bangladesh were excellent at the death, especially Mustafizur and Taskin, the duo conceded only 9 runs from the 17th and 18th over. Shakib then took the responsibility of bowling the penultimate over and left Mahmud with 27 runs in the bank. The youngster held his nerve after being hit for boundaries off the first two balls and bowled his side to victory. This is a famous win for Bangladesh as they have whitewashed the defending T20 champions and the excitement can be seen as the BCB chairman was also on his feet applauding even before the match was over. Hang around for the presentations..
ENG: 142-6 after 20 overs
19.6 Hasan Mahmud to Woakes, no run, Bangladesh win by 16 runs. Athar Ali Khan on air calls it Bangla-wash. Packed crowd at the Shere Bangla Stadium and not a single person is sitting. They are up and cheering their Tigers. Coming to the ball: Woakes makes room and Mahmud follows him, beats him for pace and strikes him on the pad
19.5 Hasan Mahmud to Woakes, no run, three swings and misses. Woakes walks down this time and still cannot connect with the slower ball, Jordan wanted a bye but he is sent back. The party has started in Dhaka
19.4 Hasan Mahmud to Jordan, byes, 1 run, that should do. After a couple of quick deliveries, Mahmud has resorted to the slower ball and beaten the batters. Off-pace outside off, Jordan swings hard and fails to connect. Even the BCB chairman is up on his feet applauding
19.3 Hasan Mahmud to Woakes, byes, 1 run, slower ball outside off, Woakes is deceived by the lack of pace and does not connect with the big bat swing, Jordan crosses over and it is only a bye. 18 off 3
Alan Donald is off his chair and giving some instructions to the man standing near the rope. Meanwhile, Shakib is having a word with Mahmud
19.2 Hasan Mahmud to Woakes, FOUR, well, well! 19 off 4 now. Mahmud under pressure. This is a very full delivery around off, Woakes makes room and opens the bat face to drive it past point. Smart batting
19.1 Hasan Mahmud to Woakes, FOUR, that's a good start. Low full toss as Mahmud misses his yorker, Woakes gets under it and lofts it over mid-off. The field was up and that was a safe shot, one bounce and over the ropes
Hasan Mahmud [3.0-0-21-0] is back into the attack
27 needed off the final over. Hasan Mahmud to bowl and he has plenty in the bank to defend. Bangladesh on course for a whitewash
ENG: 132-6 after 19 overs
18.6 Shakib to Jordan, no run, what an over! Just 4 runs and a wicket. Flatter and skidding on, Jordan goes back for the cut and is beaten on the outside edge. Shakib has done his job superbly
18.5 Shakib to Woakes, 1 run, comes down the track and is met by a shortened length, Woakes can only knock it to long-on
18.4 Shakib to Jordan, 1 run, quicker and outside off, Jordan drills straight to deep extra cover
18.3 Shakib to Woakes, 1 run, slider which is fraction short, Woakes pulls to deep square leg
18.2 Shakib to Jordan, 1 run, short and bit of away turn, Jordan knocks it to long-on and Bangladesh won't mind the singles