Bangladesh beat Australia by 23 runs in Dhaka after bundling them out for 108 while defending 132 in 20 overs.
Who said what?
Mahmudullah: We had a team talk during the halfway stage and said that we were 10 runs short, so we have to field well and put more effort. That’s what you need while defending low totals and have attacking mindset. They are a very good side and we need to tick the boxes we failed today in the coming games. The hunger needs to be there to win every game for Bangladesh. I am not over the top at the moment, it was a match, we won and it is gone now, looking forward to tomorrow’s game.
Matthew Wade: I thought the bowlers did a terrific job to restrict them to 130. But having lost 3 for 10, me and Marsh tried to resurrect the innings but unfortunately we couldn’t do that. We have to find ways to score runs on such pitches. The wickets spun on the West Indies, but here it skidded on in the first few overs and we didn’t execute our plans. We have to eliminate the errors in the first six overs and then take it from there.