that's it! West Indies win it! Length ball outside off stump, Fletcher muscles it through point where the fielder collects, but the single has been taken and West Indies have done it. Wild celebrations from the crowd, the home side look delighted, England don't look too despondent, their fate was pretty much sealed once D/L got to work
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Chris Gayle credits the way England batted and thanks the crowds for all their support. Darren Sammy takes the man-of-the-match award for his 2 for 22 on a batting track and says he's been working with Ottis Gibson to improve his game. It's clearly worked, this is his second man-of-the-match performance in succession.
Paul Collingwood says: "We're very, very frustrated, 95% of the time 191 runs is enough but with D/L it wasn't. They need a different calculation."
Bit of a shame that, rain ruined what could have been a really tense chase. As it is, West Indies go through, which is very good for the tournament, and the winner of England and Ireland's match tomorrow will join them.
Slightly farcical end to that match, good to see it completed, but it's fair to say the D/L calculation needs a tweak for T20, any volunteers?
well that should be it, Broad loses his line, shortish and down the leg side with fine leg up, Fletcher swings it away for four and leaps to celebrate
oooh, big heave-ho from Fletcher, trying to finish it with one shot, it was a length ball, but the wild swipe found fresh air and it goes through to Kieswetter
New approach from Broad, abandoning the round-the-wicket approach, mid on goes back.
indeed it is, Fletcher manages to shove it down the ground, and some smart running allows Chanderpaul to run back a second at the bowlers end
Fletcher, you sense, will go for something wild here. One boundary would pretty much seal it. Broad round the wicket, fielders running around all over the shop. Fine leg comes up, so this suggests a wide of off stump line.
it is short, and wide, but Chanderpaul can only flay it away towards the fielder at deep cover, and he loses the strike
8 needed, Broad to bowl it. This is West Indies' game to lose. Mid off coming into the circle, and fine leg goes deep. Looks like he's going to dig it in short.
Yardy completes a decent over, Chanderpaul attempting a reverse-shot of some kind, doesn't get much of it and it trickles away for a single into the leg side
another one darted in, back of a length, Fletcher manages to shove it down the ground for one, good bowling
touch more air on this one, Chanderpaul once again pokes it to square leg for a simple single
run a ball needed, but Fletcher is happy to chance his arm, running down the wicket, aiming a big shot, but inside-edging towards square leg for one
another round-arm dart, zips through to Chanderpaul who turns it calmly away into the midwicket region for a gentle single
starts well enough, slinging a dart into the legs, Fletcher chips it into the midwicket region
14 needed off 12, and here's Michael Yardy. By the way, according to my preview, he's 'one to watch'...
this is slower and looped up outside off, Fletcher drives firmly down to long off for a single
Swann runs up and fails to bowl the ball first time round, bit cheeky, second time round he arrows a massive wide down the leg side, not great bowling that
more controlled this time from Fletcher, bunting it down to long off from a flighted delivery
huge appeal from behind the stumps, Fletcher had an enormous swipe at fresh air and it rapped him on the front pad, but he looked a long way down
Swann arrows this down the leg side, Kieswetter collects and is so excited that he whips off the bails and has an enormous appeal. Pollard had indeed lifted his back foot! That was an extraordinary stumping, it all looked innocuous
I'm told that wickets have very little impact at this stage. So, there you go, a morale booster for Swann, but little else. Anyway, here's that nurdler Pollard.
gone this time! Swann gets his man, Gayle wandered down the track again, looking to repeat the dose but couldn't time it at all and ended up guiding it to short midwicket
well well well, that has gone absolutely miles. Gayle skips down the wicket again, but this time swings it handsomely over midwicket for a huge six
good start but Gayle is in control, floated up around leg stump, Gayle skips down and pokes it towards deep midwicket for an easy couple
Swann is on, must be after a wicket, which really changes everything in a D/L calculation.
really good from Bresnan, no-win situation for England really, but lands another good yorker and not even Gayle can do much with it, inside-edging it away for one into the off side via his pad