Jos Buttler analyzes Dawid Malan’s century in Bangladesh vs. England.

A fantastic lesson for all of us, according to England captain Jos Buttler, was provided by Dawid Malan’s century against Bangladesh in the opening one-day international.

England reached their goal of 210 with eight balls remaining with to Malan’s valiant 114 off 145 balls, an undefeated score.

Will Jacks, a rookie from England, came in second with 26 goals, and Phil Salt (12) was the only other batter in the top six to reach double figures.

Buttler praised his “excellent” inning.

Everyone of us in the group learned a valuable lesson about how to modify our strategies and play on these wickets.

After Jason Roy was caught at mid-off six balls into the innings, Malan entered the crease. He remained there for nearly 48 overs until scoring the winning runs.

The sluggish and spin-friendly conditions of the pitch hindered him in the beginning, but he eventually reached his century from 134 balls with six fours and four sixes.

The 35-year-old, who scored 118 against South Africa at the beginning of February, now has back-to-back ODI hundreds.

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