The repeat offender

Mushfiqur Rahim missed a straightforward stumping chance off Abdur Razzak's first over, the tenth of the innings, with Darren Bravo having jumped out of the crease and nowhere near within his ground. But the wicketkeeper had fluffed the ball too badly for a second go at the stumps. It was his second error in as many games, having missed Denesh Ramdin off Mahmudullah.

The chaperone

Whether it was because of that missed stumping off his bowling or not, Razzak looked completely out of sorts in the rest of the game. In the 20th over, Ramdin had miscued a lofted shot off Mashrafe Mortaza. The ball looped up over Razzak at mid-on but he didn't get under the ball, and by the time the camera panned on him, it looked as if he was merely ushering the ball.

The six-hitter

There was no point in his innings that Ramdin looked uncomfortable, but there was a point when he just looked invincible to Bangladesh. He struck Mashrafe for two successive sixes in the 38th over and then off the last ball, made it three in a row with a belter down the ground. It was obviously hard to measure which of his 11 sixes was hit the hardest but this had an immediate impact on the viewer.

The non-wide

Amid all the six-hitting, Sohag Gazi had a moment of bright thinking when he slipped one past Darren Bravo in the 41st over. He couldn't even reach the ball, beyond the white mark, but the umpire did not signal wide.

The catch

Having stretched his legs for four hours, Kemar Roach stretched the rest of his body in an acrobatic manner to take an outstanding one-handed catch in the second over. Imrul Kayes was the victim of his brilliance, having pulled the ball of Ravi Rampaul's short delivery. It was hard to tell who was more stunned by that catch, Roach or Kayes.

The act of charity

Towards the end of the match, Mashrafe Mortaza and Sohag Gazi were involved in a mix-up, one that could have proved fatal considering the stumps were thrown down with Mashrafe's bat in the air. But umpire Richard Kettleborough didn't go to the third umpire because, well, no one appealed. As Ravi Rampaul prepared to bowl the next ball and the replay shown somewhere in the ground, Chris Gayle shouted something at the umpire but it was too late.

Mohammad Isam is ESPNcricinfo's Bangladesh correspondent. @isam84