down to the fine leg as the cops move on to the field to make sure those rascally MCC members don't steal any stumps
great effort from Zimbabwe, and especially Neil Johnson. It was his partnership with Goodwin that had them threatening a win
but Australia move to 4 points, and Zimbabwe, despite the loss, remain at the top of the table, which they'll surely lose tomorrow
the Zimbabwean team are hopefully crucifying whichever foolish part of the team management decided to field first on the flattest (and slopiest) batting track seen in the world cup
presentation: Campbell: "great game... superb venue... pressure told on us in the last 10-15 overs... we're going to be at the top of our game if we're going to compete [with Pak]"
Waugh: "... we've got our confidence up... we come back well... we're looking forward to playing South Africa... it will be a tough game"
MoM is Johnson, well deserved: "I'm happy about that [being the first Zimbabwean to score a century at Lord's]... I'll be fit for Friday... knee, groin, ankle, back [is the problem]"
tomorrow's match is NZ v SA, the winner of which will be the first team to qualify for the semi finals. All of the action from 0945 GMT
and another one, edging ever closer to teh victory target
a single moves them to within 47 runs
another missed cut shot, winning is extremely tough now
missing outside the off stump
Zimbabwe require 48 runs off the last over, they better get a move on
around the wicket, ball defended down the ground
that umpire keeps freaking me out by asking for the sightscreen to be moved with a no ball signal
leaning back, awkwardly cutting to the 3rd man
dragged away thru the mid wicket
Johnson being sarcastic and asking for the pitiful pavilion sightscreen to be moved
dug out off the off stump and thru the covers
playing and missing outside the off stump
a single thru the on side mid wicket area
Johnson thinks "OK, I'll loft it into the outfield, surely I'll be caught", nope, six over extra cover
swinging and missing yet again, what torture
jammed down the wicket to McGrath