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)
7.1

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, Hafeez has no respect clearly, on the reverse sweep first ball, connects gently, tapping it to short third man

7.2

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, on the normal sweep this time, connects slightly better and is rewarded with a single to short fine leg

7.3

Swann to Salman Butt, 1 run, that will annoy Swann, just a fraction too short, allowed Butt to carefully sweep to deep midwicket for a single

7.4

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, good ball this, Swann finding pressure, flighted and spinning sharply back into Hafeez, he defended uncertainly

7.5

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, good ball once more, flighted well up, Hafeez down on one knee and sweeping with caution down to deep square

7.6

Swann to Salman Butt, 1 run, nicely bowled and nicely played, full, flighted, spinning away, Butt very calmly opened the face to guide it into space at cover

Pakistan 60/1   GP Swann 1-0-4-0
9.1

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, quicker ball from Swann first up, rushed Hafeez as he tried to get back and give himself room, forced away for a single to cover

9.2

Swann to Salman Butt, OUT, gone! Well, that's almost come out of nowhere. Butt danced down the track and lashes it skimming to cover, where Collingwood nonchalantly takes the catch. Crucial breakthrough for England

Salman Butt c Collingwood b Swann 34 (39m 26b 3x4 1x6) SR: 130.76

9.3

Swann to Umar Akmal, no run, Akmal starts calmly enough, watching this good ball carefully and pushing it towards short third man

9.4

Swann to Umar Akmal, no run, nicely bowled, flighted outside off invitingly, Akmal stretches and defends gently into the leg side

9.5

Swann to Umar Akmal, FOUR, top shot! Very good indeed, it was a fraction short outside off, Akmal got right back in his crease, waited, and then cut firmly down to the point boundary

9.6

Swann to Umar Akmal, 1 run, slightly short again, and worked away for a single

Pakistan 76/2   GP Swann 2-0-10-1
11.1

Swann to Misbah-ul-Haq, 1 run, good from Swann, finding a touch of spin, it's worked away to midwicket for one

11.2

Swann to Umar Akmal, 2 runs, Akmal shapes very early to reverse sweep, connects well enough to collect a couple

11.3

Swann to Umar Akmal, 2 runs, good from Umar, getting deep into his crease to cut firmly a ball outside off down to the point boundary

11.4

Swann to Umar Akmal, 1 run, rotating the strike nicely, worked away to midwicket for one

11.5

Swann to Misbah-ul-Haq, 1 run, Misbah content to swap the strike with Akmal, pushing into space to collect another one

11.6

Swann to Umar Akmal, 1 run, Akmal keeps the strike with a well-executed sweep shot, down to square leg

Pakistan 86/4   GP Swann 3-0-18-1
15.1

Swann to Umar Akmal, 1 run, Umar content to work the strike over to the danger man, Razzaq, just turning his wrists over the ball to send it to square leg

15.2

Swann to Abdul Razzaq, no run, Razzaq defends his first ball into the off side

15.3

Swann to Abdul Razzaq, no run, good from Swann, not giving Razzaq the width that makes him lethal, blocked away

15.4

Swann to Abdul Razzaq, 1 run, this time he collects one in calm fashion, prodding into the off side

15.5

Swann to Umar Akmal, SIX, shot! Umar advances down the track and launches it over cow corner, simple and highly effective

15.6

Swann to Umar Akmal, 2 runs, good ball here, Akmal pushed it down to long on gently, and the throw came in, cannoned off the stumps and went for an overthrow. Swann looks furious

Pakistan 112/5   GP Swann 4-0-28-1
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