Bangladesh levelled the one day series with England on Sunday but the match was marred by an ugly confrontation between Jos Buttler and some of the home side.
Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza led from the front with bat and ball while England's skipper Jos Buttler lost his cool when the going got really tough as the two teams put on another brilliant one-day worldwide show in Dhaka on Sunday.
Buttler was staging an England revival and looked threatening with some lusty stroke-play after a three-wicket burst by his Bangladesh counterpart Mashrafe Mortaza left the visitors reeling at 4-26 inside 10 overs at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium.
Buttler stood firm but when the England captain was trapped by Taskin on 57 Bangladesh knew victory was all but theirs.
The England skipper was involved in a fiery exchange with the Bangladesh fielders following his dismissal in the closing stages of the match.
"I was just a little bit disappointed in the fashion they celebrated. Maybe I should have just walked off", Buttler told reporters.
Buttler said: "Emotions run high, and Ben is an emotional guy, but he would not have reacted like that if nothing had happened".
The players fly to Chittagong on Monday for the deciding third one-dayer on Wednesday and the First Test, and will again share the same hotel.
All three players admitted the offences and accepted the sanctions proposed by the ICC match referee, Javagal Srinath, meaning there was no need for a formal hearing.
"There's a line that we have to stick to, but I still want us to be positive and trying to attack and win the game".
Bangladesh scored a 34-run victory in Dhaka to square the series at 1-1, but the fireworks did not stop after the game. I think that's what we want to be as a side now.
The manner in which England had batted in the first one-day worldwide, that looked unlikely, but Mortaza had other plans.
Bangladesh's woes were compounded when star allrounder Shakib Al Hasan departed for three after gloving a delivery from Ben Stokes down the leg side to wicketkeeper Buttler.
Courageous batting by Rashid and Ball even raised hopes, briefly, that the Englishmen could steal the game from Bangladesh.
Buttler survives a big LBW appeal after walking across to Taskin.
Mashrafe then blasted 44 to take the score past 200 while Nasir Hossain, brought in the squad for Mosharraf Hossain, added a vital run-a-ball 27 as the Tigers managed 238 in total. England were eventually bowled out for 204 in 44.4 overs. England needed inspiration and it came from Buttler.
Adil Rashid and Jake Ball offered some late resistance but it was not enough.