pulled fine, not where it was intended but just as effective, and Panesar dives but can't stop the ball trickling over the boundary. That's that, and the largely English crowd are almost silent ...
A convincing win from New Zealand, thanks to the superb fifth-wicket stand of 138 between Jacob Oram and Scott Styris after England had taken early wickets. England will look back at their own middle-order collapse as being the point they really blew the game.
New Zealand should now progress to the Super Eights - it is inconceivable they will lose to both Canada and Kenya - and assuming England go through as well, the Kiwis will carry forward the two points for this win. But England have to beat both the Associates, and while Canada look to offer little, Kenya are a tougher nut to crack and that is the last group match on March 24.
"It's always nice to come out of holes and be on the winning side," said Oram. "It was a big game... we should beat Canada and Kenya, so to do well against England sets us up nicely against them." And asked about his troublesome little finger - "Batting, it was a little bit jarring but it's OK."
That's all from me, Martin Williamson, and Jenny Thompson. Check out Andrew McGlashan's bulletin and the match gallery. The South Africa-Netherlands game is still going on elsewhere as well. We will be back tomorrow with two more matches, so until then, goodnight.
clipped to the leg side, they want two and come back for it with comfort
beautiful off drive, too full and wide - right in the slot - and Oram hammered that all along the ground past the futile dive of mid-off
inside edge into pads, the ball squirms into the off side and the batsmen briefly think of the single but the fielders are closing too fast
good length, patted back to Plunkett
new ball, same result. Steered down to third man from outside off stump
It's Liam Plunkett ... and now they decide to change the ball as if none of them have homes to go to ... and then they take an age over it
full, Styris almost yorks himself but squeezes the ball to Panesar at mid-on, Panesar winds up for about a second and then from ten yards hurls the ball at Pietersen's feet ... KP jumps to avoid getting one right on the foot
turned round the corner for a scurried single
played into the off side
pushed to Colingwood at point and his throw almost finds the non-striker short as he was sent back by Oram
real rip there from KP
flighted at Oram's feet, a good start
Pietersen comes on to bowl ... hmm
swept with real skill from leg stump down to the long-leg fence
slower ball hit to Anderson, and although his throw clatters into the stumps at the bowler's end, Oram was home about 10 seconds earlier
firm drive to Anderson who is at deep mid-off
into space behind square on the off side
confident drive but right to mid-off
bat and pad together and into the off side, Pietersen scrambles in from extra cover as the two batsmen suffer indecision, his underarm hits the stumps and all that happens is that the batsmen get an overthrow. It never rains ...
Paul Collingwood back on.
Nine from the over. New Zealand only need 21 off 72 balls. It's all over bar the whatsits ...
very cautious defensive stroke into the ground
turned behind square on the leg side