Leg-spinner Mitchell Swepson on was admittedly “disappointed” with his performance in Australia’s 11-run loss to India in the first T20 International despite picking up rival skipper Virat Kohli’s wicket.

The 27-year-old Swepson, who had replaced left-arm spinner Ashton Agar in the side, after the latter suffered a calf-muscle injury, returned with figures of 1/21 in two overs.


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He however was guilty bowling too short as he was hit for a couple fours and a six.

“Look, a little bit disappointed I guess, in the way I bowled last night,” Swepson said at a virtual press conference.


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He agreed that getting Kohli in his first over was a relief.

”So I think my first three balls weren’t great….

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