We should play for a draw
Before the start of the first Test match against Sri Lanka, the Tigers looked like they had matured as a cricketing unit and looked to win instead of a draw. The way Tamim had played during the last Asia Cup and scored 4 consecutive half centuries made us think that he had developed as a cricketer. He had cemented his place in the team as a permanent opening batsman.
Unfortunately, this also made him very arrogant as a player. He went back to his old ways of hitting short balls in the air which got him out. During his second innings he again played an irresponsible shot in the air to get out. This is not expected from Bangladesh's so called best batsman or the Vice Captain. No matter how great the players have become, they should always remain humble. The greatest quality of Sachin Tendulkar, Steve Waugh and even his uncle, Akram Khan was that they were always humble.
One last word I would like to add is that we still have not matured as a Test playing nation. We should play for a draw. It's better than losing.