ICC World Twenty20, 13th Match, Group E: England v Pakistan at Bridgetown, May 6, 2010
ICC World Twenty20 - 13th match, Group E
England won by 6 wickets (with 3 balls remaining)
Played at Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados (neutral venue)
6 May 2010 (20-over match)
2.1

Broad to Salman Butt, no run, starts rather well, decent length, decent line, Butt hops back and defends. Speaking of hopping, there is a frog on the field. How lovely.

2.2

Broad to Salman Butt, 2 runs, slightly shorter this time, allows Butt to rock back and flay a slightly mistimed pull towards midwicket, it's safe and he collects a couple

2.3

Broad to Salman Butt, 1 run, good from Broad, unlike the other two bowlers, he's hit his straps from the off, this one on a good length on off stump, Butt opens the face and guides it to a diving point fielder

2.4

Broad to Kamran Akmal, FOUR, Akmal chancing his arm, and you have to in this format, does it well, pulling a good length ball so furiously he swung himself off his feet and ended up grounded, the ball however, was sent over mid on for four

2.5

Broad to Kamran Akmal, no run, more cautious this time, clipping into the leg side for no run

2.6

Broad to Kamran Akmal, no run, slower ball, and well directed, to end the over, Akmal wasn't deceived, and checked his defensive block

Pakistan 23/0   SCJ Broad 1-0-7-0
4.1

Broad to Salman Butt, 1 run, better line this time but a fraction short, Butt skips back and deflects it to midwicket for one

4.2

Broad to Kamran Akmal, no run, good from Broad, on a length and line, and defended

4.3

Broad to Kamran Akmal, 1 bye, really dug in short this time, you could feel it as the effort ball, it trampolined over Akmal's pull shot and the keeper could not collect cleanly

4.4

Broad to Salman Butt, 1 run, short, outside off, Butt tries to deflect it away fine to third man and dropped by Kieswetter, fantastic effort, diving to his left but couldn't hold on

4.5

Broad to Kamran Akmal, OUT, gone this time! Broad strikes and England really needed that. Short and Akmal tried to hook it, it climbed too much for him, got a top edge and looped gently behind the stumps to Kieswetter, who held on to a much easier chance

Kamran Akmal c †Kieswetter b Broad 15 (19m 18b 2x4 1x6) SR: 83.33

4.6

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, 2 runs, short again, at around off stump, it's swung away without much timing down to midwicket for a couple

Pakistan 33/1   SCJ Broad 2-0-11-1
13.1

Broad to Misbah-ul-Haq, 1 run, Broad starts well on his first ball back, on off stump and dropped to point, the batsmen set off for another dodgy run and if Pietersen's throw had hit it would have been gone

13.2

Broad to Umar Akmal, (no ball) 1 run, well, shortish and Akmal slaps an inelegant but effective enough pull shot down to long on, but, it's a no ball which means... free hit!

13.2

Broad to Misbah-ul-Haq, SIX, wow, did Misbah punish him there! Anticipated that Broad would go full outside off so got deep into his crease and drove off the back foot over long on for an enormous six

13.3

Broad to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, oh what happened here!? It looked like Misbah edge his fiddle through to the keeper, no appeal but there looked and sounded like an edge

13.4

Broad to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, less incident here, on a length and line and blocked away

13.5

Broad to Misbah-ul-Haq, 1 run, back of a length again, on a good tight line, turned towards fine leg for one

13.6

Broad to Umar Akmal, 1 run, fuller from Broad this time, Akmal gets low in his stance and swipes it from outside off down to long on for one

Pakistan 99/4   SCJ Broad 3-0-22-1
17.1

Broad to Fawad Alam, no run, Broad is back, and, as he's done all game, starts well, on and around off stump, Alam swishes at nothing

17.2

Broad to Fawad Alam, OUT, gone this time, pretty similar to the last ball and Alam tried to cut, but it was too close to him, ended up edging tamely behind

Fawad Alam c †Kieswetter b Broad 1 (1m 3b 0x4 0x6) SR: 33.33

17.3

Broad to Mohammad Amir, 1 run, Pakistan need to be careful here, just play for Razzaq who can still cause havoc, Aamer does well here, carefully angling a shortish ball away for one down to third man

17.4

Broad to Abdul Razzaq, no run, very good from Broad, on a length and bang on off stump, Razzaq hops back and defends

17.5

Broad to Abdul Razzaq, 1 run, not this time though, just hanging leg side of the ball, pushes it to point and sets off for a quick single

17.6

Broad to Mohammad Amir, 1 run, Aamer content to get back and angle it away down to third man, and will keep the strike

Pakistan 123/7   SCJ Broad 4-0-25-2
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