BAN vs ENG: Watch - Bangladesh skipper Tamim Iqbal get trolled for taking the worst DRS in cricket history


The skipper of the Bangladesh team, Tamim Iqbal caught the headlines after going for an unacceptable DRS call during the 2nd ODI against England on 3rd March, Friday at the Shere Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka.

Talking about the match, Tamim Iqbal asked the visitors to bat after winning the toss. Batting first, England posted a huge total of 326 runs with the help of Jason Roy's 132-run knock.

Jos Buttler, Moeen Ali and Sam Curran also did a good job with the bat as they smashed 76, 42 and 33 runs respectively. Chasing a huge target, Bangladesh's 3 of the top four batters returned to the dressing room for just with just 9 runs on the board.

After that, only Shakib al Hasan managed to get past 50 runs whereas others have fallen under the 30-run mark. In the end, England won the match by a margin huge margin of 132 runs and has a lead of 2-0 in this series.

I think we didn't do well as a team: Tamim Iqbal

Ban vs Eng - Jason Roy

After losing another game against England at home, the skipper of Bangladesh side, Tamim Iqbal didn't look happy at all after a disappointing performance in the 2nd ODI against England.

"I think it was disappointing the way we started with the ball. The first 4-5 overs, there was some swing, and we had a few opportunities with run-outs but we couldn't take them.

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When you lose a game like this, you can point fingers at a lot of people but I think we didn't do well as a team, we didn't click. When you lose three wickets in first 2-3 overs, it becomes very difficult.

Me and Shakib tried to give ourselves time, and my shot didn't come out today but I felt that was a right approach when we were chasing over 300. The intent Shakib showed was good, but sadly it didn't work out. We will try to finish the series on a high now," Tamim Iqbal was quoted as saying in the post-match presentation by Cricbuzz.

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