Nothing is impossible in T20, says Amit Mishra

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Published: Tuesday, April 24, 2012, 13:24 [IST]
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Mishra's words, a new hope for Chargers

Kolkata, Apr 24: Amit Mishra, playing for Deccan Chargers in IPL 5 has said the team is looking forward to play good cricket, though they have lost all their six matches in the fifth edition of Indian Premier League.

Mishra admitted that the team has lost all the matches played this season in IPL, but feels a few mistakes in the death overs are posing a threat which needs to be addressed immediately as they play Kolkata Knight Riders at Eden Gardens on Tuesday.

"No doubt we are on a losing streak but we are trying hard. There have been a few mistakes especially in the last few overs of a game."

Mishra said the team is working on sorting out issues to a maximum extent but since its the shortest version of the game, anything can happen.

"But we are trying our best to sort out the issues. There are a few youngsters who are playing at this level for the first time. But all is not lost. Nothing is impossible. It's Twenty20 after all. I'm looking forward to contribute with fielding, bowling and batting."

He further backed himself quoting his previous appearance in 2008-09 when he played for the national side against South Africa when he picked 4 wickets and feels Eden would help his kind of bowling.

"I had taken four wickets -- against South Africa in a 2008-09 Test match -- on my last outing here. I'm looking forward to bowl here again. I'm sure it would help my style of bowling," Mishra said.

Mishra feels playing at the international level involves pressure and looks forwars to make a successful comeback following a successful outing in IPL 5.

"Pressure will always be there at this level. But we are used to it. I'm sure our performance will be under scrutiny for the World Twenty20. It would be really nice to make a comeback through a successful outing in IPL," Mishra, who last played for India in the Test series versus England in 2011, said.


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