ICC World Twenty20 - 14th match, Group E

England v South Africa

South Africa won by 7 wickets (with 10 balls remaining)

5.3

Morkel to Collingwood, no run, defended on the front foot

5.4

Morkel to Collingwood, no run, wide of the off stump and left alone

5.5

Morkel to Collingwood, no run, such a Collingwood shot. A dinky, mistimed, plywood-sounding donk out to cover

5.6

Morkel to Collingwood, no run, that's better, more power in the stroke but it's straight to cover

England 25/3   PD Collingwood 0* (4b)

6.2

Botha to Collingwood, no run, dabbed off the back foot straight back to the bowler

6.3

Botha to Collingwood, 1 run, cracked square of the wicket

6.6

Botha to Collingwood, no run, very full, Collingwood cracks it back to the bowler

England 28/3   PD Collingwood 1* (7b)

7.4

van der Merwe to Collingwood, 2 runs, on his legs and chipped just wide - only just! - of midwicket, but South Africa's outfielding on the boundary is slick and alert, saving four without so much as breaking sweat

7.5

van der Merwe to Collingwood, 2 runs, squared up and they steal two more. But Shah is seriously slow out of the blocks and has to dive in - he looks like he's running on sand

7.6

van der Merwe to Collingwood, no run, faster and speared into his pads, pushed out to the off side

England 34/3   PD Collingwood 5* (10b)

8.3

Botha to Collingwood, FOUR, full toss and four! Bunted through cover. A rare loose delivery from a South African and that's England's first boundary in four overs

8.4

Botha to Collingwood, 1 run, steps to leg, guiding it out off the back foot

England 41/3   PD Collingwood 10* (12b 1x4)

9.3

van der Merwe to Collingwood, 2 runs, a leading edge out to deep extra cover

9.4

van der Merwe to Collingwood, 1 run, driven hard out to long-off

9.6

van der Merwe to Collingwood, no run, chipped uppishly, but short of mid-off! This is outstanding bowling, it really is

England 47/3   PD Collingwood 13* (15b 1x4)

10.2

Botha to Collingwood, 1 run, reverse sweep out to deep point...or deep square leg, depending on your view

England 49/3   PD Collingwood 14* (16b 1x4)

11.5

van der Merwe to Collingwood, 1 run, Colly nurdles this to long-on. Top nurdling

England 72/3   PD Collingwood 15* (17b 1x4)

12.2

Kallis to Collingwood, FOUR, ooh a paddle down the leg side! Boucher gloved it - that's cheeky from Collingwood

12.3

Kallis to Collingwood, OUT, bowled him! Stumps shattered as Collingwood steps to leg and is castled by an 86mph middle-stump yorker

PD Collingwood b Kallis 19 (24m 19b 2x4 0x6) SR: 100.00

England 78/4   PD Collingwood 19 (19b 2x4)
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Photos

Jun 11, 2009

Jacques Kallis flays past point during his 57, England v South Africa, ICC World Twenty20, Trent Bridge, June 11, 2009

Jacques Kallis flays past point during his 57

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Jun 11, 2009

Jacques Kallis guides the ball away during his unbeaten 57, England v South Africa, ICC World Twenty20, Trent Bridge, June 11, 2009

Jacques Kallis guides the ball away during his unbeaten 57

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