“We lost 2-0. I have to perform well because I have experience in playing T20 cricket, but I didn’t get a single wicket in this tournament, that is why we are in this situation, 65-70 per cent (of the times),” said the 36-year-old Malinga, who returned with figures of 0/40 and 0/41 in Pune and Indore, respectively.
“I am the most experienced player in the team in T20s. Yes, I have the pressure to get wickets because I am a wicket-taking bowler, but I feel if we want to win the match we have to get one-two wickets early in first six overs. We didn’t get that in this tournament,” he rued.