Despite being on the receiving end of a severe beating by India in the World Cup quarter-finals, Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza said he was still proud of his team.
The Bangladesh Cricket Board has vowed to make sure the ICC look into the no-ball controversy during their World Cup quarter-final against India, which saw eventual centurion Rohit Sharma get a very lucky break.
India made light work of Bangladesh in Melbourne on Thursday, after a gritty Rohit Sharma century put plenty of runs on the board and the Tigers fell to 193 all out, unable to combat the pace and lines of Umesh Yadav and Mohammed Shami.
Defending World Cup champions India go into their quarter-final at the MCG on the back of an unbeaten run of six games, while Bangladesh will be hoping to knock another Big Three side out of the tournament.
Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza has admitted that he's not quite sure what a good score would be against India at the MCG on Thursday, saying MS Dhoni's side can chase pretty much anything down.