Australia coach Darren Lehmann speaks to CA TV after his side beat New Zealand by 3 runs in their ICC World T20 warm-up tie at Fatullah on Wednesday.


Lehmann was optimistic about Australia’s chances in the tournament and said that he was pleased with the facilities his side have received so far in Bangladesh.


Lehmann said that Australia’s batting line up had done well to take them to a huge 200 for seven in their stipulated 20 overs but also bemoaned the fact that his bowlers could have done more and not have allowed New Zealand to almost hunt down the total.


Lehmann concluded by saying that Australia will do well to adapt without Mitchell Johnson and maintained that his replacement, Doug Bollinger was a top quality bowler who could deliver the goods when it mattered most.