ICC World Twenty20, 2007/08 / Commentary

ICC World Twenty20 - 17th match, Group E

England v New Zealand

New Zealand won by 5 runs

8.1

Collingwood to Styris, 1 run, nudged into the gap on the off side

8.2

Collingwood to McMillan, 1 leg bye, line and length, and no width to play with. New Zealand are on the ropes

8.3

Collingwood to Styris, 1 run, hustled into the covers, lots of shouting as the shy comes in but safe enough

8.4

Collingwood to McMillan, 1 run, a swish and a miss outside off stump. England have taken the pace off the ball at precisely the right time of this innings

8.5

Collingwood to Styris, no run, full length, almost a yorker length, and dug out with a straight bat

8.6

Collingwood to Styris, 1 run, floated up to the pads and whipped into the leg side to complete a very tidy over

New Zealand 40/4   PD Collingwood 1-0-4-0

15.1

Collingwood to Oram, 1 run, slow, Oram waits, pats it into the off side and scurries a single

15.2

Collingwood to McMillan, 2 runs, outside off, heaved towards long-on, Pietersen runs in bit can't quite get to the ball as it bounces a yard in front of him

15.3

Collingwood to McMillan, FOUR, McMillan opens his arms and slashed that through extra cover, well placed and timed as well

15.4

Collingwood to McMillan, SIX, he brings up his fifty off 27 balls by launching Collingwood over square leg into the grassy knoll

15.5

Collingwood to McMillan, SIX, groundhog day ... heaved over midwicket ten rows back

15.6

Collingwood to McMillan, 1 run, driven up the ground to long-off and, crucially, he keeps the strike

New Zealand 134/5   PD Collingwood 2-0-24-0

17.1

Collingwood to Vettori, 3 runs, offcutter, Vettori back and pulls to square leg, well stopped on the boundary by Flintoff, showing unusual agility

17.2

Collingwood to Bond, 1 run, back, steered with an open bat face into a gap on the off side

17.3

Collingwood to Vettori, 1 run, slower, chipped back over the bowler, long-off chugs round to field

17.4

Collingwood to Bond, OUT, right up on the crease, Bond tries to angle the ball behind square on the off but misses and loses his off stump. Good variation of pace, the previous ball was slower, this was quicker

SE Bond b Collingwood 2 (4m 3b 0x4 0x6) SR: 66.66

17.5

Collingwood to Gillespie, no run, again right up in the blockhole, driven back to Collingwood who stoops and fields

17.6

Collingwood to Gillespie, 1 run, full toss, pushed to Flintoff at deep cover

New Zealand 146/8   PD Collingwood 3-0-30-1
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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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