Mominul proud, Latham happy
Bangladesh captain Mominul Haque said he was a little disappointed with his team's effort in the second Test but was proud of how they applied themselves in overseas conditions.
The skipper especially praised Liton Das and Ebadot Hossain after an innings defeat meant the two-match series ended all-square. Bangladesh had won the first Test by eight wickets.
"Very proud, especially playing overseas," Mominul said in post-match presentation.
"I am really happy with the first Test, but second Test was disappointing. It was very challenging for us after winning the first Test. Playing overseas depends on mindset. We have some good positive things. Ebadot bowled really well, and Litton played beautifully. When he batted, it never looked like a difficult pitch," Mominul said.
Mominul's opposite number, Tom Latham, was also happy to have won the second Test so convincingly.
"We came here 1-0 down, and putting that performance was outstanding. I thought we batted really well. Getting through that first hour on the first day was good," said Latham, who was adjudged player-of-the-match for his double century.
Player-of-the-series Devon Conway said he was happy to contribute.
"Pretty happy to contribute. It was tough, and allowed me time to overcome the fear of getting hit on the hand. You always want to do well, and nice to contribute again. It's about adjusting your game plan as best as possible. We were faced with a different surface here at the Hagley," said Conway, who scored centuries in both Tests.