I don't think a single player looked in touch or in-form which begs a lot of questions about their preparation, former vice-captain Craig Matthews said.
South Africa went missing in action at the ICC World Twenty20 in the Caribbean, according to former selector Craig Matthews.
"I don't think a single player looked in touch or in-form which begs a lot of questions about their preparation," former vice-captain Matthews said, the day after South Africa were knocked out of the tournament.
"Perhaps we get so nervous at these events that we just look under-prepared. To win an ICC event a team needs its big-name players to come to the party but... the whole team went missing in action."
"If I was still involved with CSA (Cricket South Africa) I would be seriously worried. There is very obviously a big problem," added Matthews after Monday's 11-run defeat by Pakistan in St Lucia ended their Twenty20 involvement.
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