Bangladesh skipper Mahmudullah admited that his team was 25-30 runs short of an ideal total.
Bangladesh posted 153 in the second T20I against India at Rajkot and India easily chased it down with eight wickets to spare.
"It was a very good wicket, but we were 25-30 runs short. Having said that, credit goes to Rohit (Sharma) and Shikhar (Dhawan), how they started. The momentum went their way. We need to assess the conditions when we go to Nagpur. We needed to be a bit more positive."
India's bowling hero Yuzvendra Chahal felt that there was something in it for the spinners during the first half.
"When I bowled my first ball, I realised that it's spinning. You have to vary your pace here," said Chahal.
During his time away from the Indian team, Chahal was practising with the wet ball to counter the dew factor.
"When I was not part of the India team, I was practising with the wet ball, so dew didn't affect me. My bowling depends on what I think the batsman is trying to do. Depending on that I bowl the topspinner, googly or slider," the wiry leg-break bowler said.
Chahal said that Rishabh Pant's faulty collection ahead of the stumps in his bid to dismiss Liton Das was part and parcel of the game. While Liton was out by a mile, the umpire adjudged it as 'no ball'.
"We are team players, even I drop catches sometimes. No one wants to miss a catch or stumping, so no hard feelings with Pant. Just hard luck. Bowling in the death or powerplay gives you more confidence."