head coach Matthew Mott He thought sadly of England’s erratic course and admitted he had slipped somewhere. T20 series clean scan Bangladesh It leaves a “sour taste in our mouths”.

The double world champions chasing 159 went from 100 in one to 128 in a six and eventually fell to 142 in a six as Bangladesh finished a 3-0 series win, losing this dead rubber by 16 laps.

Mott, feeling the sackings of Dawid Malan and jos buttler Very important from successive balls after a 95-round stand, the Australian complained of a messy field show where the overall standard fell far short of expectations.

Rehan Ahmed and Ben Duckett left simple catches, England’s quick moves were noticeable mistakes before they flashed at the back end, limiting Bangladesh to 27 laps in the final five overs in their 158s in twos.

“This hurts,” Mott said. England The side won 2-1 in the ODI series last week. “With three (wins) and three (losses), we tried to tweak the ledger a bit.

“Finishing it the way we did will leave a slightly sour taste in our mouths. I thought we started the game, the entrance was good, everyone was standing, but for whatever reason, we couldn’t get clean hands when the ball was in the air or on the ground.

“It should be really enlightening on the areas we need to improve. Bangladesh definitely outperformed us in most of the games but this game especially. That’s something we’re going to be focusing on a lot.

“We moved a bit faster on the backend to regain some momentum, but looking back, I think there was still at least 15 or 20 runs in that wicket door. We paid a heavy price for those mistakes.”

Bangladesh certainly outperformed us in most of the games, but especially in this game. This is something we’re going to focus on a lot.

Matthew Mott

Litton Das scored the highest for Bangladesh with 73 shots in 57, while Najmul Hossain Shanto finished his beautiful series with 47 out of 36 balls, despite being shackled by England at the back end.

England’s flimsy hits were scrutinized in this series, but after losing to Phil Salt in the first round of the chase, Malan’s 53 from 47 balls and Buttler’s 40 in 31 hits leveled them off.

However, Malan took a superior feather, pulling goalkeeper Litton, and outpaced Buttler with a superb pick-up and erratic shot from the next ball, Mehidy Hasan Miraz.

This exposed England’s middle row to a worn field and after that they failed to gain momentum in their last mission of a largely successful winter in which they won the T20 World Cup in Australia.

“The turning point was the escape, it was an incredible fieldwork,” Mott said. “It was a pretty weird escape. I was actually looking at the other end to see what it was, and then suddenly the bails lit up.

“Support yourself with the Jos set on the back end, he had his eye in and he was ready to go, and that really changed the game.”

Still, Mott insisted he didn’t regret picking an extra hitter to give his 13-man roster more options after Tom Abell and Will Jacks retired from injury prior to the series.

“If you look at how many players we’ve disclosed this year alone, we’ve come pretty far down the depth tables,” said Mott, who will defend more than 50 World Cups in India this year.

“There was an awareness here that it would probably be better to invest in some of the hitters and put them under pressure in these games.

“You only learn from your mistakes and the opportunities given to them here give them time to think and I’m sure it will be the right decision when we fall into situations of pressure in the World Cups.”