'Should have been quiet' - Nurul Hasan
Nurul Hasan, the Bangladesh substitute player, who picked up a 25% fine for his behaviour in the match against Sri Lanka on Friday, said he regretted arguing with Thisara Perera.
"I was sent inside the field to speak to [Mahmudullah] Riyad bhai," Nurul said. "I asked the umpire whether the first ball was given a bouncer. Thisara Perera came up to me and said, 'Who are you to talk? You go, you don't have to talk'. I said I am not talking to you. He started to abuse me. I kept saying it has nothing to do with you. I should have been quiet. I think the heat of the moment got to me. This is all that happened."
Mohammad Isam is ESPNcricinfo's Bangladesh correspondent. @isam84