Former India pacer Tinu Yohannan is disappointed that Kerala could not qualify for the knock-out stage of the Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 tournament after coming so close. 

A win in the last league match against Haryana would have taken the team through but Kerala lost the match by four runs.

“It was disappointing because we had played well in the tournament and posted victories over giants Mumbai and Delhi in back-to-back matches,” the Kerala coach told Sportstar.

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“Besides, we were in an excellent position to chase down the target set by Haryana, but the loss of Sanju Samson and Mohammed Azharuddeen in the same over, when both were well set and the asking rate was well under control, proved costly,” Yohannan added.

Yohannan, who represented India between 2001-02, said he was still satisfied with the way…

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