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However, there is plenty of confidence to be taken from Chittagong after Australia's two most experienced campaigners Lyon and Warner stood up under enormous pressure and delivered sublime performances. "We would have much preferred 2-0 but certainly it's nice to get over the line here and have a one-all draw," he said.
It's moments like we've got now, after winning a Test match for Australia we'll go back and sit around as a group and tell stories and then sing the song.
And that's what I play cricket for, those moments.
"But personally I'm very happy with the way they're coming out.
To take 22 wickets in a two-match series, it's a pretty big achievement personally." Unwilling to risk the prospect of monsoonal rain returning on day five, Australia hit the accelerator, knocking off its 86-run target in just 15.3 overs, with Glenn Maxwell slaughtering his second six in a rapid-fire 25-run cameo to finish the job.
Lyon got his fifth thanks to a brilliant diving catch in the outfield by Pat Cummins - who was also outstanding with the ball - while keeper Matthew Wade whipped off the bails to knock off another two stumpings for the match. "We've had 15 collapses in our last 14 games our analyst told me yesterday and that's not good enough for an Australian cricket team.