ICC World Twenty20, 6th Match, Group B: England v Zimbabwe at Cape Town, Sep 13, 2007
ICC World Twenty20 - 6th match, Group B
England won by 50 runs
Played at Newlands, Cape Town (neutral venue)
13 September 2007 (20-over match)
6.1

Utseya to Collingwood, 1 run, nice looping start, but met with a patient drive to mid-on

6.2

Utseya to Pietersen, 1 run, patient again, driven to mid-off

6.3

Utseya to Collingwood, 1 run, driven out for another quick single

6.4

Utseya to Pietersen, 1 run, worked through midwicket

6.5

Utseya to Collingwood, 1 run, driven to long-off this time

6.6

Utseya to Pietersen, 2 runs, worked out on the leg-side again, to deep square to be precise

England 66/3   P Utseya 1-0-7-0
8.1

Utseya to Collingwood, 1 run, swept to midwicket

8.2

Utseya to Pietersen, 1 run, down the track, driven to mid-on

8.3

Utseya to Collingwood, no run, looking, looking, no as Collingwood creeps down and presents a (Stuart) broad bat in defence

8.4

Utseya to Collingwood, 2 runs, driven out to long-on, Collingwood setting off as soon as he hits it

8.5

Utseya to Collingwood, 1 run, down, down and a drive to cover this time, Collingwood again scampering into the shot

8.6

Utseya to Pietersen, 2 runs, comes down again and meets the ball outside off, before driving it back out to mid-on

England 82/3   P Utseya 2-0-14-0
14.1

Utseya to Pietersen, FOUR, whacked. That looked like one of my golf shots, heaved across the line and hooked over long-on

14.2

Utseya to Pietersen, 2 runs, flicked out to midwicket and that's the 150 up for England. And the 100 partnership from 53 balls

14.3

Utseya to Pietersen, OUT, another massive swipe but this time Pietersen doesn't get enough bat on it ... the ball spirals high into the outfield at deep extra cover, but is comfortably snaffled. Credit to Zimbabwe, they've been outstanding in the field in both matches, and that's a vital breakthrough

KP Pietersen c Masakadza b Utseya 79 (41m 37b 7x4 4x6) SR: 213.51

14.4

Utseya to Flintoff, no run, no timing for Flintoff's first ball, which he attempts to nurdle off the legs

14.5

Utseya to Flintoff, 1 run, short and outside off stump, punched off the back foot into the covers for a single. That's his favourite shot, apparently.

14.6

Utseya to Collingwood, 1 run, right over the ball, classical cover drive/push to keep the strike

England 153/4   P Utseya 3-0-22-1
16.1

Utseya to Flintoff, no run, thumped into the covers but straight to the fielder

16.2

Utseya to Flintoff, 1 run, canny bowling, Flintoff started down the pitch, so Utseya followed him and cramped him for room

16.3

Utseya to Shah, 1 run, swished out to midwicket for another single

16.4

Utseya to Flintoff, 1 run, steady bowling. Flintoff drives with circumspection and that's another single

16.5

Utseya to Shah, 1 run, tidy again, pushed down to long-off

16.6

Utseya to Flintoff, 1 run, dropped - that was short, and Flintoff climbed into it, but short cover can't cling on. Costly?

England 164/5   P Utseya 4-0-27-1
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