Afridi was given out caught behind by Mushfiqur Rahim off Mustafizur Rahman. TV replays, however, suggested no edge but the ball seemed to get a slight deviation after going past the bat, reports

"I just told him (umpire) that I wasn't out in my opinion. But people make mistakes. The match referee must have seen it. So ICC is watching this," Afridi, who was a member of the World Twenty20-winning Pakistan squad in 2009, said.

"Not just one decision, two (or) three decisions (were wrong). A single decision can change the fate of the match,” added Afridi.

The umpires were Bangladesh's Anisur Rahman and Sharfuddoula Ibne Shahid. Afridi, who scored 12 off 9 balls, wanted a review but walked back disappointed as it was unavailable.

Afridi said that as he didn't attend meeting with the match referee, so was unaware of the DRS (Decision Review System) was available. The win topped the hosts' 3-0 ODI series sweep against the 1992 World Champions. The two Asian countries will play two Test matches in Khulna (April 28-May 2) and Mirpur (May 6-10).