Darren Lehmann dejected after Australia's shoddy performance in ICC World Twenty20

The Australian team's two defeats in the ICC World Twenty20 means that the team is likely to go back home early. Head coach Darren Lehmann now wants to try out variations to the playing XI for the remaining matches.

updated: March 29, 2014 13:29 IST
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Mirpur: Australia chief coach Darren Lehmann made no bones about the fact that his team has produced "disappointing performance" in the ongoing ICC World Twenty20 where they are virtually out of contention for a semi-finals berth. (How Windies stole Aussie thunder)

"It's very much disappointing as we have had around 70 per cent success in all three formats coming into the tournament. We have enjoyed a good six months prior to this. But this is a learning curve for the team. For a coach and the captain, it is both good and bad situation to be in," former Aussie left-hander Lehmann told the media prior to their third group league encounter against India.

Since Lehmann's media interaction happened right after their nerve-wracking defeat against West Indies, the coach was more intent on answering questions regarding the defeat rather than their next match against India.

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