ICC World Twenty20, 8th Match, Group D: West Indies v England at Providence, May 3, 2010
ICC World Twenty20 - 8th match, Group D
West Indies won by 8 wickets (with 1 ball remaining) (D/L method)
3 May 2010 (20-over match)

Sammy to Morgan, 1 run, too short from Sammy, Morgan gets inside it to nudge the ball to midwicket and get off the mark

England 82/3   EJG Morgan 1* (1b)

Miller to Morgan, 1 run, worked away through the covers for one


Miller to Morgan, 1 run, Morgan unfurls the reverse sweep immediately to pick up one to third man

England 91/4   EJG Morgan 3* (3b)

Sammy to Morgan, 2 runs, short and pulled very high out to midwicket, plugging in the surface as it bounces


Sammy to Morgan, 1 wide, drifting down leg


Sammy to Morgan, no run, that's better, Sammy raps Morgan on the pads with a ball fired at middle and leg


Sammy to Morgan, 1 run, short and inviting the pull, but the ball bounces a good three metres infront of the fielder on the square leg boundary


Sammy to Morgan, 1 run, on leg stump, and Morgan gets across to work the ball into the gap infront of square on the leg side

England 97/4   EJG Morgan 7* (7b)

Bravo to Morgan, no run, on the money straight away, and Morgan flicks straight to the midwicket fielder


Bravo to Morgan, SIX, short from Bravo, Morgan swivelled to pull and the ball took the top edge. Amazingly, that's carried over the ropes for six! It was nothing more than a top edge really, but that's landed well over


Bravo to Morgan, no run, tapped back down the wicket


Bravo to Morgan, 1 run, good shot, Morgan spotted the width and ran the ball off the face down to third man. Top shot for one run

England 104/4   EJG Morgan 14* (11b 1x6)

Sammy to Morgan, 1 run, on a length on off stump, and Morgan backs away to chop the ball down to third man


Sammy to Morgan, no run, Sammy cramps Morgan for room from over the wicket, and all he can do is push the ball to mid off


Sammy to Morgan, no run, fuller and Morgan spotted it early, trying to loft the ball back over his head, but it took the inside edge, squirting off the edge onto the pad as Fletcher cleans up behind the stumps


Sammy to Morgan, 1 run, whipped away to midwicket

England 109/4   EJG Morgan 16* (15b 1x6)

Bravo to Morgan, no run, fired slightly wide by Bravo, and Morgan tried to flash the ball square but ended up playing and missing


Bravo to Morgan, 1 run, worked away for one this time.


Bravo to Morgan, 2 runs, improvisation from Morgan! He moved across to play a paddle pull off the front foot, but the man at fine leg sprinted round to cut it off


Bravo to Morgan, 1 run, Morgan stays back and picks up one as he drops the ball into the off side

England 114/4   EJG Morgan 20* (19b 1x6)

Pollard to Morgan, 2 runs, straying onto Morgan's pads, and the batsmen collect two with some quick running


Pollard to Morgan, 1 run, short and Morgan pulls out to midwicket in the air, but the ball falls short of the fielder

England 125/4   EJG Morgan 23* (21b 1x6)

Bravo to Morgan, no run, Morgan gets his front foot out of the way and swings, but picks out deep mid off and they turn down the single


Bravo to Morgan, FOUR, great shot! The ball was slower, and pitched up and Morgan placed the shot perfectly, beating the bowler and mid off and collecting a boundary


Bravo to Morgan, 1 leg bye, Morgan can't connect with the heave, but Wright charges through and Fletcher behind the stumps can't get round to collect the ball in time and they pick up a leg bye


Bravo to Morgan, 2 runs, Morgan shuffles across and flicks the ball out to long leg, but Benn gets around to cut it off before the rope


Bravo to Morgan, SIX, another six for Morgan! He stayed deep in the crease, shuffling across and sending the ball in an arc way, way over square leg. Very powerful, wristy pull off the front foot gets him a maximum!

England 145/4   EJG Morgan 35* (26b 1x4 2x6)

Rampaul to Morgan, SIX, six more! Morgan takes full toll of the free hit to send the ball straight back over Rampaul's head!


Rampaul to Morgan, FOUR, Unbelievable! Extraordinary! What kind of a shot is that? He's just stood at the crease and reverse-lapped a half volley on off stump over short third man and away to the ropes. Morgan is enjoying himself here


Rampaul to Morgan, 2 runs, hammered away square this time


Rampaul to Morgan, 1 run, more length from Rampaul, and Morgan runs the ball down to third man in a surprisingly orthodox manner

England 172/4   EJG Morgan 48* (30b 2x4 3x6)

Benn to Morgan, 1 bye, Morgan gets down to reverse sweep but can't connect. Fletcher doesn't collect cleanly though, and they steal a bye


Benn to Morgan, 2 runs, edged away, and first slip would have lapped that up, but Morgan collects two and that's his fifty. A superbly-paced knock, just what England needed from him


Benn to Morgan, FOUR, audacious shot! Out comes the reverse sweep once again, and he's nailed it this time to send the ball in the air down to third man


Benn to Morgan, 1 run, dropped into the covers for one

England 181/4   EJG Morgan 55* (34b 3x4 3x6)

Bravo to Morgan, OUT, and he's out this time! Bravo dished the ball up on off stump and Morgan threw everything at it. It's six or sticks at this stage, but he couldn't quite get the elevation or distance, and Pollard took a good tumbling catch running in from the boundary

EJG Morgan c Pollard b Bravo 55 (35b 3x4 3x6) SR: 157.14

England 183/5   EJG Morgan 55 (35b 3x4 3x6)





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