Craig Kieswetter and Kevin Pietersen powered England to their first ICC global title with an irresistible 111-run stand for the second wicket, as Australia were outmuscled in a battle of the bowlers at Bridgetown
Michael Lumb, the Nottinghamshire and England batsman, has been forced to retire with immediate effect because of an ankle injury.
Michael Clarke deserves a chance to change and there is no rush for an overhaul of the Australian side
Tough selection calls in the lead-up to the tournament by coach Andy Flower, and captain Paul Collingwood's influence on his team's performance paved the way for England's first global title
Life for Kevin Pietersen is pretty good at the moment. He couldn'tstop smiling as he sat with the World Twenty20 trophy, theMan-of-the-Tournament award, his form back to somewhere near its bestand a small baby to return home to
Haddin was charged with a Level 1 offence under article 2.1.3 of the code which relates to "showing dissent at an umpire's decision during an international match"
Collingwood's side were fearless and kept pressing till victory was theirs. Here's hoping it marks a renaissance in the country's cricket
The transformation is complete. The ECB can hunt for those keys to the trophy cabinet, silverware is on the way to Lord's
Twenty20 began as a giggle for Australia, who treated it as a third-rate concept and preferred to save their focus for Tests and ODIs
Michael Clarke has admitted his place in Australia's Twenty20 line-up will come under scrutiny when the team gets home despite him leading the side to the final of the World Twenty20
Both finalists will be happy to be back in Barbados, a venue which hastreated them well in this tournament
The two strongest teams at the World Twenty20 have made the final, but the question remains whether England are good enough to end Australia's winning run at the last hurdle
|1st||7||MJ Lumb||C Kieswetter|
|2nd||111||KP Pietersen||C Kieswetter|
|3rd||3||PD Collingwood||C Kieswetter|
|4th||27||PD Collingwood||EJG Morgan|