ICC World Twenty20 - 8th match, Group D

West Indies v England

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

4.4

Miller to Kieswetter, SIX, Kieswetter goes big! And that's huge, a clean strike sails high over long off and England are up and running again after the wicket

England 50/1   C Kieswetter 11* (6b 1x4 1x6)   NO Miller 0.4-0-9-0

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

England 57/1   C Kieswetter 18* (9b 1x4 2x6)   R Rampaul 1.2-0-22-0

6.2

Miller to Kieswetter, SIX, it's raining sixes in Guyana now! Absolutely walloped over wide long off, he's creamed that!

England 66/1   C Kieswetter 26* (13b 1x4 3x6)   NO Miller 1.2-0-16-0

9.5

Sammy to Pietersen, SIX, short again and, extraordinarily, Pietersen has pulled that one-handed and the ball has sailed over the ropes at square leg! That was hit into the breeze as well, what a shot! Sahil is mesmerized!

England 88/3   KP Pietersen 24* (19b 1x4 1x6)   DJG Sammy 1.5-0-12-1

12.2

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

England 103/4   EJG Morgan 13* (9b 1x6)   DJ Bravo 0.2-0-6-0

15.1

Pollard to Wright, SIX, well, Wright just danced down the track and aimed a fearsome hoick down to long on. That was just over Benn on the ropes, as the ball never really got up, but that was hit very, very hard

England 121/4   LJ Wright 13* (13b 1x6)   KA Pollard 0.1-0-6-0

15.5

Pollard to Wright, SIX, heaved away by Wright! He's starting to middle the hits now, that's an 86-metre six, a towering hit over wide long on

England 131/4   LJ Wright 20* (15b 2x6)   KA Pollard 0.5-0-16-0

16.6

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)   DJ Bravo 3-0-27-0

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!

England 151/4   LJ Wright 27* (18b 3x6)   R Rampaul 2.1-0-31-0

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!

England 157/4   LJ Wright 33* (19b 4x6)   R Rampaul 2.2-0-37-0

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!

England 165/4   EJG Morgan 41* (27b 1x4 3x6)   R Rampaul 2.3-0-45-0
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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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