flogged through midwicket but only for a four - and England have done it! India are out of the competition, dumped out before the semi-finals!
That's just about it. Hope you've enjoyed the commentary from both our matches today. I'm Will Luke, and do join me and Andrew McGlashan again tomorrow for another pair of matches in this enthralling tournament. Goodnight.
Post match ceremony
Ryan Sidebottom wins the Man-of-the-Match award.
Collingwood: "A lot of English supporters, but we got booed at the home of cricket by the Indian fans - which was a bit strange. So that gave us a bit of motivation. It was a fantastic performance. We really put India under a lot of pressure. We were hoping the wicket would have pace and it did; we got the balls in good areas."
Dhoni: "We lost it in the middle. They used the bouncers really well, and I don't think we changed our gameplans really well. But there are no excuses. We lost because we didn't bat well." He defended his decision to keep Yuvraj down the order. Do they miss Sehwag? "Rohit was doing the job for us. But, yes, we missed him but he was out with an injury so we couldn't really help that."
Well, what a win that is. India's dug-out is stunned - one of the pre-tournament favourites, and a brilliant side they are, have been thrown out by the hosts. It was a wonderfully tight and tense game and all the players look absolutely exhausted. As am I. That's a fabulous effort from England who weren't at their best, by any stretch, but their bowlers really clawed things back. We'll bring you the post-match things shortly.
Eight needed from one ball. Now, Sidebottom really doesn't want to bowl a no-ball here. That'd be rubbish
stroked to long-on - England are all but through. Nearly...
9 from 2. Who wants this match? Go on - who wants it?!
he's done it - a six! A one-handed six over the top! The match is alive. What a blow that is. Don't go anywhere - do not leave your seats
15 from 3. Six?
terrific ball! Well bowled indeed! That's brilliant - another off-stump yorker. Sidebottom is all over India here. Pushed out to the off side and India's fans are silent
16 from 4. Four fours will do it
full toss, but he mistimes this flog to the leg-side
good ball, excellent ball - full, almost a yorker, flapped one-handed to long-on. Quick, urgent, adrenaline fuelled fielding
19 from 6. 19 runs from the last over. Nineteen from six balls. England, can you hold your nerve? India, do you want it? India must win to stay in the competition. If England lose, they can still reach the semi-finals. Delays as Collingwood fiddles his field. Has he got enough fielders in the ring? Here comes Sidebottom, hair flapping all over the shop
Good over for Broad, bar the cock-up with the fielding
full toss - where's this gone? Sweeps it on the full just wide of short fine leg. Good over for England
full toss, bashed down to long-off but they still get two
22 from 8
outside off and he drives this over cover - for four? No. Wright's quick as a flash round the boundary edge
24 from 9
full delivery pushed to leg
Drama, panic, madness out in the middle
pulled powerfully to leg - in comes the throw from Swann and they'll be run-out here. Dreadful mix-up - but Broad drops it! They're home safely!
27 from 11
Morgan's on the field. Not sure who he's replacing
full toss, flogged down to third man
28 from the last two overs. Sidebottom's going to get the last over: here's Broad, around the wicket. Down the slope. This is massive. This is huge. Don't go anywhere: India are still in it. It's still achievable
pulled to fine leg for two
India need a boundary. The dug-out all have their arms crossed, leaning forward, frowning, sweating. Much like me
fullish delivery flogged through midwicket
slower ball on his legs, clipped for just a single
a faster full toss, banged to deep midwicket
Anderson's got a frown on now. India's fans are all cheering and jumping and shouting and here comes Anderson
pulled - for four! Poor delivery from Anderson - a slow, meek delivery which sat up and begged to be thrashed. The placement was perfect. It's four
smashed - absolutely hammered back into the non-striker's stumps, which prevents four. And three. And they get two
That was a crucial over and Wright did okay there. Not too bad. 39 from 18 balls now. Who's it going to be now? Anderson. Three overs to go! India must win to stay alive in the competition.
banged out to long-off but they can only get two
Wright mops his brow. Here he comes
stands tall, slapping to long-off. Not a bad over for England, this. So far, at least. India need a boundary off this last ball
|Toss||India, elected to field first|
|Player Of The Match|
|Match number||T20I no. 109|
|Hours of play (local time)||17.30 start, First Session 17.30-18.50, Interval 18.50-19.10, Second Session 19.10-20.30|
|Match days||14 June 2009 - daynight (20-over match)|
Asoka de Silva
|Points||England 2, India 0|