Former India cricketer and CricketCountry’s Chief Cricket Mentor, VVS Laxman, speaks about India’s defeat in Bangladesh. Laxman says that India had a good ICC Cricket World Cup 2015, because they played according to the plan. In Bangladesh, India faltered and lost wickets at the top because of which the players were under tremendous pressure. Laxman also lauded the Bangladesh bowlers. He said that the Bangladesh bowled with a lot of discipline and did not give away any loose deliveries. Laxman also praised Mustafizur Rahman, who made his One-Day International (ODI) debut and applauded the youngster for not being under pressure while playing against some experienced Indian cricketers. WATCH: VVS Laxman reveals what he said to Pragyan Ojha at Mohali

Earlier, Laxman recalled that moment when he lost his cool on field on Pragyan Ojha. “It was one of those moment when I lost my control over my emotions. It was a fantastic Test match. It was so close and I didn’t want to lose the game from that position. It was the fourth ball of the over. Hifenhaus [Ben] was bowling and I wanted to take strike in the next over because Mitchell Johnson was from the other end and he was bowling really well. Suresh Raina was running for me and there was some agitation between Suresh Raina and Ojha and Ojha ultimately didn’t take that run. In the hit of the moment I lost my control and started shouting. I don’t want to share the exact words, I have used on that particular afternoon. But at the end Ojha held his nerve and it was great to win that game.” Laxman also revealed that he immediately after that over apolosied to Ojha. WATCH: VVS Laxman welcomes ICC’s decision to play day-night Tests