is the word you're looking for, and not likely to find.
Because - you know - cherry picking stuff just makes you look stupid.
Just in case anyone wants to read what the abstract actually says, it's this:
There is, however, considerable interannual variability in the number of storms making landfall over the countries investigated; most probably driven by cyclical atmospheric forcing, including El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) and the Quasi-Biennial Oscillation (QBO). Recent trends indicate an increasing number of tropical cyclones tracking to the south of Madagascar, potentially associated with the southward shift of the 26 °C isotherm, combined with a decrease in the steering flow during La Niña years.
Now, it's true that you can't generalise global trends based on a sample based on one small geographic area.
But then that's the difference between real climate science and 'journalism'.
Oh, and you might want to look up what 'southward shift of the 26 °C isotherm' means.