Jeor Posted June 9, 2009 Share Posted June 9, 2009 Well, it happened and we got bundled out. True to form, Malinga, Murali and Mendis (the three dreaded M's) managed six wickets between them at an overall economy rate of about 7 an over.I don't think the Australian team will be that concerned. Twenty20 still isn't our game, and they might even welcome the extra time to prepare for the Ashes. Australia still don't quite treat the Twenty20 game with any respect; which in this case can be an advantage, as they brush off defeats as meaningless. But we're missing out while other countries are fielding good teams and getting exposure. The current Twenty20 side for Australia has too many Test cricketers (and even one-day cricketers). Warner is really the only one who could be called a Twenty20 player. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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