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Whatmore stays positive
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Final day report
Bangladesh coach Dav Whatmore remained upbeat despite his side's 25th defeat in 26 Tests.
England finished Bangladesh off in 38 overs to win by 329 runs and seal a 2-0 series win.
But Whatmore, who took over in the summer, said Bangladesh could take some positives from the series.
He said: "They [England] dominated on just two of the nine days of cricket that we played."
This is not the time when we need people to say you're terrible
Whatmore conceded Bangladesh had lost to a better side.
He said: "They [England] played exceptionally but we gave them some easy wickets too.
"I still think our team has done pretty well."
Bangladesh have struggled since they started in the Test arena three years ago.
The only Test they have drawn was against Zimbabwe in which the rain played a heavy part.
They have lost 15 Tests by an innings but have shown signs of improvement recently, coming very close to beating Pakistan.
Whatmore called on the Bangladesh public to support the team more.
He said: "This is not the time when we need people to say you're terrible.
"How the team will handle itself from here will determine its future.
"I'd rather look at the series globally and look at a few other angles rather than the negative."
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Bangladesh skipper Khaled Mahmud blamed poor batting throughout the match for a comprehensive defeat.
"The wicket was very good but the top order didn't bat well and in the second innings we had two foolish run-outs and I think that caused our downfall," he said.
"When your top order is run-out with not too many runs on the board it's always difficult.
"We played well in the Dhaka Test but here we didn't adapt to the conditions."
The two teams begin a three-match one-day series in Chittagong next Friday.