ICC World Twenty20, 2007/08 / Commentary

ICC World Twenty20 - 17th match, Group E

England v New Zealand

New Zealand won by 5 runs

0.2

Anderson to McCullum, FOUR, this is verging on the rubbish from Anderson. Four consecutive leg-side deliveries, and this time the deflection takes the ball over the ropes

0.3

Anderson to McCullum, no run, that's a better line - middle and middle-and-off, and pushed out to midwicket

0.4

Anderson to McCullum, no run, tighter again from Anderson, McCullum comes forward and defends

0.5

Anderson to McCullum, no run, faster and back of a length, pushed into the covers off the back foot

0.6

Anderson to McCullum, OUT, there's the breakthrough, and it's the reserve keeper Solanki who takes the catch! Short of a length and fast from Anderson, McCullum swished loosely off the back foot, but found only a thin edge. The chance was taken comfortably enough - Anderson, all is forgiven

BB McCullum c †Solanki b Anderson 4 (4m 5b 1x4 0x6) SR: 80.00

New Zealand 7/1   BB McCullum 4 (5b 1x4)
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Photos

Sep 18, 2007

Jacob Oram leaves the field after injuring the little finger on his left hand, England v New Zealand, Group E, ICC World Twenty20, Johannesburg, September 18, 2007

Jacob Oram leaves the field after injuring the little finger on his left hand

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Sep 18, 2007

Darren Maddy made an even 50 before being run-out while backing up too far, England v New Zealand, Group E, ICC World Twenty20, Johannesburg, September 18, 2007

Darren Maddy made an even 50 before being run-out while backing up too far

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