ICC World Twenty20 - 8th match, Group D

West Indies v England

West Indies won by 8 wickets (with 1 ball remaining) (D/L method)

1.1

Rampaul to Lumb, 1 wide, Rampaul errs slightly in line, as the ball shoots past the leg stump from over the wicket

1.1

Rampaul to Lumb, FOUR, shot! Too short from Rampaul, Lumb had moved forward but rocked back easily to smite the ball through midwicket. Pulled on length

1.2

Rampaul to Lumb, 1 wide, loose start here, as Rampaul fires one very wide of off stump this time

1.2

Rampaul to Lumb, FOUR, crashed away! The ball was similarly short and wide to the last one, and Lumb, trusting the pace and bounce of the surface, slapped the ball very hard between point and cover

1.3

Rampaul to Lumb, (no ball) 2 runs, sloppy stuff from Rampaul, who oversteps by a good three inches. There's a misfield in the covers too.

1.3

Rampaul to Lumb, no run, Lumb swishes wildly at a slightly short ball, but can't connect. He missed out there, that was there to be hit

1.4

Rampaul to Lumb, no run, much better length and line, chopped down to point

1.5

Rampaul to Lumb, 2 runs, all sort from Rampaul, this one is short again and Lumb pulls powerfully to midwicket but there's a fielder there to cut it off

1.6

Rampaul to Lumb, 1 run, that wasn't all that short, but Lumb stayed back and muscled the ball to midwicket to keep the strike

England 21/0   R Rampaul 1-0-16-0

5.1

Rampaul to Kieswetter, no run, Rampaul finds a tight line to start, and Kieswetter defends back down the track

5.2

Rampaul to Kieswetter, SIX, slammed away! Kieswetter shimmied down the track, made some room and heaved way over long off. That's another great strike from Kieswetter, who's striking the ball very cleanly now

5.3

Rampaul to Kieswetter, 1 run, Rampaul fires in the yorker but Kieswetter gets across and jabs the bat down just in time, and the ball squirts to fine leg

5.4

Rampaul to Pietersen, 1 run, leg stump line and KP whips to midwicket

5.5

Rampaul to Kieswetter, 1 run, full again, and flicked fine for one

5.6

Rampaul to Pietersen, no run, Rampaul drags the length back and the ball spits up off a length, somewhat surprising the batsman. No harm done though

England 60/1   R Rampaul 2-0-25-0

17.1

Rampaul to Wright, SIX, an almighty heave from Wright sends the ball sailing over midwicket! That was too short from Rampaul, allowing Wright to get under it. He hit that so hard!

17.2

Rampaul to Wright, SIX, and another! Wright walks down the track and aims a mighty blow that sails way over long on! That's a 91-metre six, and its set the England fans cheering!

17.3

Rampaul to Wright, (no ball) 1 run, the pressure's getting to Rampaul here, he's overstepped and that's a cardinal sin at any time in a Twenty20

17.3

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

17.4

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

17.5

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

17.6

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   R Rampaul 3-0-52-0
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May 3, 2010

Rain stops play: A familiar message on the sightscreen, West Indies v England, World Twenty20, Guyana, May 3, 2010

A familiar message on the sightscreen

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May 3, 2010

Andy Flower and Paul Collingwood were left frustrated as the Duckworth/Lewis calculation left West Indies with an easy target, West Indies v England, World Twenty20, Guyana, May 3, 2010

Andy Flower and Paul Collingwood were left frustrated as the Duckworth/Lewis calculation left West Indies with an easy target

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