West Indies tour of England, 1st T20I: England v West Indies at The Oval, Sep 23, 2011
England won by 10 wickets (with 28 balls remaining)
23 September 2011 - night match (20-over match)
6.1

Swann to Charles, no run, huge turn! This rips back from outside off and bounces as well at Charles

6.2

Swann to Charles, 1 run, gets down to sweep, takes it from outside off and paddles to square leg

6.3

Swann to Samuels, 1 run, comes forward with bat and pad together, pushed into the off side and it's a sharply single

6.4

Swann to Charles, no run, pushed into the off side

6.5

Swann to Charles, 2 runs, drags this from outside off over midwicket, a good dive on the boundary from Stokes keeps them to a couple

6.6

Swann to Charles, no run, uses his feet but can only work it to midwicket

West Indies 55/1   GP Swann 1-0-4-0
8.1

Swann to Samuels, no run, cut off the back foot and straight to cover

8.2

Swann to Samuels, 1 run, comes forward, takes the inside edge to short fine-leg and there's some confusion over the run but Samuels is easily home

8.3

Swann to Charles, 1 run, very full and it's heaved wide of long on but they can't make a second

8.4

Swann to Samuels, 1 run, fuller and flatter, flicked down the ground

8.5

Swann to Charles, 1 run, dragged down a little, he goes back to pull but doesn't really time it out to deep square-leg

8.6

Swann to Samuels, OUT, lovely bowling, the 'classic' offspinners wicket as it turns back between the gate of Samuels attempt at a booming drive

MN Samuels b Swann 4 (4m 7b 0x4 0x6) SR: 57.14

West Indies 62/2   GP Swann 2-0-8-1
10.1

Swann to Hyatt, no run, looped up by Swann, nudged back to the bowler

10.2

Swann to Hyatt, 1 run, this time Hyatt angles the bat on the forward push, and finds a slim gap behind point

10.3

Swann to Charles, 1 run, driven into the leg side with a strong top hand

10.4

Swann to Hyatt, 1 run, swept hard down to long leg, but straight to the fielder on the boundary

10.5

Swann to Charles, 1 run, Charles clears the front leg and heaves to midwicket

10.6

Swann to Hyatt, 1 run, Hyatt shifts his weight forward and then back before pushing down to long off for a single

West Indies 71/2   GP Swann 3-0-13-1
12.1

Swann to Hyatt, SIX, that'll help! First boundary since the powerplay. Hyatt put his left leg down the track and hammered this straight back over Swann's head, the ball landing several metres beyond the boundary

12.2

Swann to Hyatt, 1 wide, there's an appeal for a stumping as Swann rips one really sharply down the leg side and Kieswetter has the bails off in a flash ... But Hyatt is safely home

12.2

Swann to Hyatt, no run, Hyatt is forward and outside the line as bat and pad come right together in defence

12.3

Swann to Hyatt, no run, driven straight to cover off the front foot. Nicely flighted by Swann

12.4

Swann to Hyatt, SIX, flighted again, but this one has disappeared over deep midwicket! Really well played by Hyatt. He got plenty of power into the slog sweep but didn't over hit it

12.5

Swann to Hyatt, no run, and he follows that up with a nudge into the off side

12.6

Swann to Hyatt, FOUR, another boundary, this time off the edge! Swann speared this one down much faster outside off, and the ball took a healthy edge before rolling down to the third man boundary

West Indies 89/2   GP Swann 4-0-30-1
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