Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal said that it would be difficult for Bangladesh to bounce back from here on but the players have to believe in themselves. Tamim also admitted that the batsmen are responsible for the downfall.
Bangladesh now have to rely on the lower order to bounce back in the match. "You have to believe. Not that they've never done that before. Liton has the ability. Miraz was great in the first match. As I said, it is our own fault. We would have been in a better position if we hadn't made those mistakes," said Tamim.
Tamim also mentioned that a big partnership tomorrow will enable Bangladesh to bounce back. "The wicket initially was good. It was much better when we started batting. There was nothing to be worried in the wicket. The dismissals today have nothing to do with the wickets. If you look, all four batsmen made errors. If we had lost two wickets today, our position would have been better. Since four wickets have fallen, it must be said that they are on top. But if we can make a big partnership of 100-150 runs, then we will be able to make a comeback into the match."
The left-handed batsman also said that the first session tomorrow will be vital and Bangladesh need to keep wickets intact in order to return to the match.