DUABI - Pakistan captain Misbah-ul Haq on Saturday expressed the hope that his team continued their winning streak in Bangladesh tour also, starting next week, after whitewashing Sri Lanka in all three formats of the game. Pakistan beat Sri Lanka in the one-off Twenty20 international on Friday, capping a successful tour in which they also won the three-Test series 1-0 and five-match one-day serie 4-1 after a long time. Pakistan will open their tour against Bangladesh on Tuesday with a play a Twenty20 international. They also play three one-day and two Tests on the tour. Misbah said his team is determined to continue the good form. "I hope my team will show more improvement and consistency during the Bangladesh tour which like any other tour is not easy," said Misbah. He has lost only one of ten one-day matches since replacing Shahid Afridi as ODI captain in June this year. Misbah said his team will not take Bangladesh lightly. "The morale and confidence of the team is very high after beating a team like Sri Lanka, but despite that we are not going to take Bangladesh lightly as they are a tough team in their home conditions," said Misbah. Misbah said the team is united in the wake of spot-fixing scandal which ended in jail sentences for Salman Butt, M Asif and M Aamir. "The situation under which Pakistan cricket went through in the last year has binded the team very well and as required all the players showed unity and discipline which is a very good sign," said Misbah. "Discipline and focus on and off the field was very important and that's what we have shown after some problems hit us hard, but I am confident that this bunch of players will continue in that spirit," said Misbah. Sri Lanka had contrasting fortunes during the tour, but skipper Tillakaratne Dilshan hoped fans back home would show patience. "I know like us every cricket fan in Sri Lanka would be disappointed," said Dilshan, who has lost three Tests and as many one-day series since taking over in May this year. Dilshan said all the players tried their best. "I hope fans believe in us and give us more time because we tried our level best. There were times when we were in strong positions but we didn't capitalise on them and lost track," said Dilshan. Sri Lanka tour South Africa next month where they play five one-day and three Tests -- a gruelling tour in Dilshan's opinion. "South Africa is one of the best teams in the world so we have to sit down, try to address our mistakes and I am confident that all the young players will do the job well," said Dilshan. On a query regarding non-inclusion of Abdul Rehman in any match, MIsbah said: It is true Rehman was not tried in this particular series and I feel sorry for him as he is our consistent performer but in the presence of Shahid Afridi and Saeed Ajmal it was not possible to include him in the playing XI. He will be included in the playing XI when team will need him services, he added. Replying to another query, regarding Saeed Ajmals performance and snatching No 1 ODI slot from Daniel Vettori, Misbah said: I know Saeed Ajmal is a match winner since our early days as we have played in domestic cricket together for a long time and Saeed improved a lot and became an outstanding bowler in the series. Misbah said: Shahid Afridi is much better player in One Day and T/20 formats and will further boost teams morale in Bangladesh with his good performances.