1.6 good length just outside off, and Narine tries that pull once again. This time it takes the bat's toe end, and it's in the air! Mid on runs to his left and gobbles that. The pinch-hitter has to go 11/1
    5.5 full outside off, cut to point. And McCullum is clearly hurting. He could not cut that the way he wished to because of the pain. Takes his gloves off again and the TV commentators suggest an injury like that often comes with a fracture. He has retired hurt 41/2
    3.4 full just outside off and Munro gets a piece of that! Heaved to the leg side but he has hit it too well. The ball flies straight down deep-midwicket's throat. That was a cracking shot. A shame, for the batting side, that it was played too well. 26/2
    6.1 good length just outside off and the pace surprises Bravo. Catches the top-half of his blade and that pops up for a soft catch to point. Tridents clawing back 41/3
    9.4 and that's a soft, soft dismissal! It's a slow ball that's going down the leg side but Ramdin can't resist poking at it. Brushes his gloves as the ball goes down the leg side. The keeper ain't dropping that. Pollard is pumped! 58/4
    14.4 slaps one uppishly this time and makes much better contact but not good enough. Lots of elevation but settles straight into the hands of deep backward point. Springer sends off Bravo with his patented Champion dance 85/7
    11.3 skips down the track early. And he pays the price for the pre-meditation. Pollard drags the length back and takes it away from the batsman. Shadab swings wildly across the line and gets a discernible edge that is snaffled by the keeper 67/5
    13.2 chopped on. Wahab strikes and Knight Riders sink further. Remember, still no McCullum, so they are effectively seven down. Angles across a length ball just about enough to make the batsman hang back and open the bat face. The drift isn't as sharp. It straightens slightly late in fact and results in an inside edge into the stumps 83/6
    18.2 and he's been caught. Would you believe it? This is how the match ends. What should have effectively been a free-hit ball is not given but the batsman swings like it's a free-hit anyway and pops a catch to short third man. Teases a scoop early but sees the length and just tries to heave it over the leg side. Swings big and gets just as big of a leading edge. Springer runs to his left and holds on 120/9
    16.6 good length on leg stump, and Parnell wins the battle in the end! The zing bails light up and Parnell brings out the fist pump. It was quick and accurate. 111/8
    not out
    4 (w 4)
    120 all out (18.2 Overs, RR: 6.54)
    Wahab Riaz3.202427.20115000
    WD Parnell4.003137.75145100
    DR Smith1.0010010.0010100
    R Rampaul4.001914.75150140
    AJ Hosein1.00707.0021000
    KA Pollard4.002626.5083000
    SK Springer1.00313.0030000
    Fall of wickets:1-11 (SP Narine, 1.6 ov), 2-26 (C Munro, 3.4 ov), 2-41 (BB McCullum, ), 3-41 (DM Bravo, 6.1 ov), 4-58 (D Ramdin, 9.4 ov), 5-67 (Shadab Khan, 11.3 ov), 6-83 (R Frylinck, 13.2 ov), 7-85 (DJ Bravo, 14.4 ov), 8-111 (AR Nurse, 16.6 ov), 9-120 (JPR Scantlebury-Searles, 18.2 ov)

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