ICC World Twenty20 - 14th match, Group 1

England v West Indies

West Indies won by 15 runs

13.5

Broad to Pollard, no run, wide of the stumps, touch short and beats the outside edge as Pollard drifts across his crease

13.6

Broad to Pollard, no run, another dot, banged in short and just outside the line of off, Pollard blinks and drops his hands - wicket maiden from Broad

West Indies 118/2   KA Pollard 0* (2b)

14.2

Patel to Pollard, no run, tossed up and pushed into the off side on the front foot

14.3

Patel to Pollard, 1 run, reaches for the big slog and this squirts high into the air on the off side, landing between two fielders in the covers

West Indies 120/2   KA Pollard 1* (4b)

15.1

Finn to Pollard, OUT, and it works, Pollard unable to control a wild slash at Finn, the ball coming back down with snow on it as Wright takes the catch at deep point! Little foot movement from Pollard, he just stood in the crease and tried to smash a length ball, got a huge top edge and not enough distance to save him

KA Pollard c Wright b Finn 1 (9m 5b 0x4 0x6) SR: 20.00

West Indies 128/3   KA Pollard 1 (5b)
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Sri Lanka v Pakistan at Colombo (RPS) - Oct 4, 2012
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India v South Africa at Colombo (RPS) - Oct 2, 2012
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Australia v Pakistan at Colombo (RPS) - Oct 2, 2012
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Photos

Sep 27, 2012

Chris Gayle's celebratory dance having caught Luke Wright at slip, England v West Indies, World Twenty20 2012, Super Eights, Pallekele, September 27, 2012

Chris Gayle's celebratory dance having caught Luke Wright at slip

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Sep 27, 2012

Eoin Morgan finished unbeaten on 71 from 36 balls, England v West Indies, World Twenty20 2012, Super Eights, Pallekele, September 27, 2012

Eoin Morgan finished unbeaten on 71 from 36 balls

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