Originally Posted by Navo
^^ Nicely put Dilscoop!
Btw, I agree with Jadukor bhai. We were never good in T20s to begin with and our flops against Associate, Affiliate, Practice, Para teams was enough to convince me that we wouldn't see much more than the usual pyrotechnics by one or two players.
Not being good in T20 is the same as saying not good in ODIs and Tests. T20 shrinks the skills you need to know into a shortened but intense period - if you cannot master this, you cannot master the longer form. I think T20s are a better test for Tests than ODIs. I expect ODIs to die and only Tests and T20s to survive.