Final, Bridgetown, May 16 2010, ICC World Twenty20
(17/20 ov, target 148)
England won by 7 wickets (with 18 balls remaining)
Player Of The Match
Match Day
Michael Lumb takes the applause for his century
Michael Lumb forced to retire due to ankle injury
1yESPNcricinfo staff
England's Jonathan Trott and Kevin Pietersen
A new beginning for England?
2yPeter Roebuck
Michael Clarke was left searching for options during a 111-run second-wicket partnership
Subtle anchor role weighs Clarke down
1yPeter English
Paul Collingwood with the trophy in the dressing room
A method to England's all-round success
1yAndrew Miller
Kevin Pietersen drives hard through the off side
Pietersen rewarded for hard slog
1yAndrew McGlashan in Barbados
Brad Haddin fined for dissent
1yCricinfo staff
Craig Kieswetter celebrates his match-winning half-century
Kieswetter takes England to Twenty20 glory
Paul Collingwood holds aloft the ICC World Twenty20 trophy
Collingwood savours triumph at the end of a long journey
1yAndrew McGlashan in Barbados
Kevin Pietersen drives hard through the off side
Kieswetter and Pietersen seal title for England
1yThe Bulletin by Andrew Miller
Michael Clarke made a run-a-ball 27
Clarke concedes he was 'not up to scratch'
1yAndrew McGlashan in Barbados
Dirk Nannes failed to get the early breakthrough
Pace attacks gear up for battle
1yAndrew McGlashan in Barbados
Paul Collingwood and Michael Clarke look relaxed ahead of Sunday's final
Both teams set for a showpiece final
1yAndrew McGlashan in Barbados
Glenn McGrath almost does a Trevor Chappell
How T20s became a serious business for Australia
2yPeter English