England 170 for 0 (Hales 86*, Buttler 80*) beat India 168 for 8 (Hardik 64, Kohli 50, Jordan 3-43, Rashid 1-20) by 10 wickets
For all of England's game-breaking talent, this win that takes them into the T20 World Cup final was all about doing the basics right.
They protected the short square boundary in Adelaide, giving away only two sixes until the start of the death overs.
They saw a chance to break open a chase of 169 in the powerplay, when the ball was coming on nicely under the lights, and seized it. Ten boundaries in the first six overs. And their second-highest score against India in a T20I while the field restrictions were on.
63 for 0 in six became 170 for 0 in 16. Jos Buttler became a supernova. Alex Hales became a dream come true. Jeetega bhai Jeetega became Sweet Caroline. And you know what, it could happen one more time. At the MCG. In the final. Against Pakistan. On Sunday.
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