Jos Buttler angered by Bangladesh celebrations

England batsman Jos Buttler celebrates his century in the fourth one-day international against Pakistan in Dubai on November 20, 2015
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England ODI captain Jos Buttler admits that he was irked by Bangladesh's celebrations after they dismissed him during their 34-run victory in Dhaka.

England ODI captain Jos Buttler has criticised Bangladesh for the nature of their celebrations following his dismissal during this afternoon's match in Dhaka.

Buttler was the only England batsman to make it past 35, eventually being dismissed for a run-a-ball 57 to all but end the tourists' hopes of victory.

The umpires needed to intervene after Buttler was involved in a heated confrontation with a number of Bangladeshi players following their celebrations in close proximity to the dismissed skipper.

"I was just a little bit disappointed in the fashion they celebrated. Mainly just the way they celebrated by running towards me and giving me a bit of a send-off," he told reporters.

"You don't have to run up to a guy. I'm disappointed to get out, but emotions were running high, they were obviously delighted to get the wicket, maybe I should have just walked away."

England eventually slumped to a 34-run defeat as Bangladesh levelled the series at 1-1.

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