England Put Bangladesh On The Spot
England skipper Michael Vaughan had nothing but praise for his side and his predecessor after England wrapped up a 2-0 series win over Bangladesh."I thought we were excellent in this game," said Vaughan after his side completed a 329-run win with more than a day to spare in Chittagong, Bangladesh's second city.
"We were spot on in every department and that's crucial in every Test no matter the opposition," added the Yorkshireman. "The wicket suited our style of bowlers, but we still needed to put the ball in the right areas and that's exactly what we did".
Vaughan also made special mention of immediate past England captain Nasser Hussain. "To come back and play as well as he did after not doing anything in the first Test says a lot about the guy," he said. The opener had obviously forgiven Hussain for running him out in the second innings when he looked good for a another big score.
England are waiting on the injured Steve Harmison before naming their squad for the series against Sri Lanka. First they take on Bangladesh and Sri Lanka in a tri-nations one-day competition.
Written by Martin Hardy on behalf of ISM