result
6th Match, Group B (D/N), The Oval, Jun 7 2009, ICC World Twenty20
185/5
(20 ov, target 186)137/7
England won by 48 runs
Player Of The Match
34 (16), 1/24 & 2 catches
luke-wright
end of over 208 runs
PAK: 137/7CRR: 6.85 
Umar Gul8 (6)
Younis Khan46 (31)
James Anderson 4-0-30-1
Stuart Broad 3-0-17-3

And there's the win for England! A surprisingly easy one, too; a surprisingly feeble effort from Pakistan. Terrific innings by Pietersen who really powered England's 185, and Adil Rashid bowled with impressive composure. And this puts England through to the Super 8s, confirmed by Travis Basevi. Do have a read of the bulletin and keep an eye on our series page for the full reaction to today's games. Until tomorrow, it's goodbye.

19.6
2
Anderson to Umar Gul, 2 runs

nudged to leg

19.5
2
Anderson to Umar Gul, 2 runs

a wellied slap - horrible mistimed shot falls safe over the bowler's head

19.4
Anderson to Umar Gul, no run

a very quick bouncer - much too quick for Gul

19.3
Anderson to Umar Gul, no run

and a swing and a miss once more

19.2
Anderson to Umar Gul, no run

a swing and a miss

19.1
4
Anderson to Umar Gul, FOUR runs

carved out wide of long-off - Swann gives chase, and rather feebly gives up on it.

end of over 194 runs • 1 wicket
PAK: 129/7CRR: 6.78 RRR: 57.00
Younis Khan46 (31)
Stuart Broad 3-0-17-3
James Anderson 3-0-22-1
18.6
W
Broad to Arafat, OUT

got him! Great running catch by Wright, running to his right from mid-off to swallow a mis-timed slap

Yasir Arafat c Wright b Broad 4 (8m 6b 0x4 0x6) SR: 66.66
18.5
2
Broad to Arafat, 2 runs

a full toss which he bashes down the ground powerfully

18.4
Broad to Arafat, no run

steps to leg, Broad sends it down just outside off...and it's oddly left alone

18.3
1
Broad to Younis, 1 run

full toss wanged through midwicket

Delay here. Not sure why. Ah...someone's got a runner

18.2
1
Broad to Arafat, 1 run

back-cut down to third man

18.1
Broad to Arafat, no run

no hat-trick this time, calmly guided to the off side

Broad on a hat-trick...he got two-in-two in his last over