Bangladesh v England: Tempers flare during and after second ODI
By Sam Drury
Last Updated: 10/10/16 11:33am
Emotions were running high as Bangladesh beat England in the second ODI to level the series at 1-1 in Dhaka.
Things became heated after Jos Buttler, England's standout performer with the bat on Sunday, was given out lbw on review.
The tourists' skipper took exception to Bangladesh's boisterous celebrations and appeared to be given a send-off, at which point he turned back to confront the fielders.
The umpires ushered Buttler away and Bangladesh went on to win the match by 34 runs. However, the incident had clearly not been forgotten as the teams shook hands.
Tamim Iqbal seemed to drop his shoulder into Jonny Bairstow as the pair passed each other leading to another fiery exchange with England vice-captain Ben Stokes also getting involved.
Buttler expressed his disappointment at the way Bangladesh celebrated his wicket during his post-match press conference while Stokes took to Twitter to offer an explanation for the altercation at the end of the match.
He wrote: "Congrats to Bangladesh on the win tonight, outplayed us, what I won't stand for is someone putting a shoulder to my team-mate at handshakes."
Despite the unsavoury scenes, the result sets up what should be a fiercely-contested series decider in Chittagong on Wednesday, live on Sky Sports 2 from 9am.
Watch the video above to see the incidents that got the England and Bangladesh players so riled up.