"If we get a good wicket in Nagpur, we will look to plan better and score as much as we can," Mahmudullah said after the match.
His counterpart Rohit Sharma smashed a whirlwind 43-ball 85 in his 100th T20 international as India rode his heroics to register a facile victory over their rivals to level the three-match series 1-1. India lost in the first T20 by seven wickets.
Chasing a modest 154 for victory, Rohit looked in his imperious best from the get-go as he hit six fours and six sixes to take the tie away from the visitors single-handedly.
Bangladesh openers got a good start but stuttered after losing four wickets in quick succession. Mahmudullah, who helped Bangladesh cross the 150-mark with a quick-fire 30 off 21 balls, said: "I think that was a very good wicket to bat on and 180 would have been defendable."
"They (Rohit and Shikhar Dhawan) started superbly and got the momentum. On a wicket like this, wrist spinner is a very handy bowler to have in your side and (Yuzvendra Chahal showed that."
On Aminul Islam who grabbed two wickets, the skipper said: "He (Aminul) is a great find for Bangladesh and its amazing to see the efforts he put in, hopefully he will continue like this."
The third and final T20 is on Sunday.
( With inputs from IANS )