full and thwacked away to long-on
So, despite the storm around Flintoff's late-night escapades, England swarmed to victory, with a 51-run win against Canada. They were lacklustre at times in the field, lacking a killer instinct, but Canada's batting was fairly impressive. England also have concerns about the middle order once again.
But the focus of today, of course, isn't on this match - but on the sad and shocking news that Bob Woolmer has died. Tributes have been pouring in and they are here.
I'll leave you with this one from Pakistan's captain Inzamam-ul-Haq: "I am shocked and badly hurt. We have lost a good coach and a good person."
pulled away - again not timed properly - in front of square
again tries to hook this one, manages to hit the back of the bat and dribble away behind square
right up there and that's driven to the covers
chased that pull round off the back foot - looking to hoick it in the air through square
worked into the covers
on leg and worked to midwicket
driven to the covers
full delivery, driven back to the bowler
a huge, but lone, shout from the bowler and that one went a long way across but the ball was just sliding down the leg side
guided to deep backward point
again, just short of the man at deep midwicket, the ball going safe despite the pull not being timed properly
goes after it, doesn't get hold of it and sends a high pull up but lands inside the outer ring of fielders
driven out to long-on
low full toss driven to mid-off
worked off the legs and there's a huge call for a run out at the non-striker's end. England think they've got their man, with a throw on the knees from Bopara and Collingwood does the rest
clears the man at extra cover and Pietersen signals it's a four, Panesar just unable to cut that one off inside the rope
driven out to wide long-on
Collingwood back into the attack. Canada can't win this now - OK, yes, technically they can but they're not going to - but they've acquitted themselves well with their batting
guess what? Driven... to mid-on once more
a drive, surprisingly enough, out to mid-on, Collingwood doing the honours with a one-hand sliding stop