32nd Match, Group 2 (N), Dhaka, Apr 1 2014, World T20
(17.5/20 ov, target 167)82
West Indies won by 84 runs
player of the match
Dwayne Bravo
West Indies

Semi-final line-up: India v South Africa, Sri Lanka v West Indies

Ashal : "I love how gangnam style came on as soon as West Indies won, Bangladesh DJ wants Chris Gayle to dance."

James The Score: "Darn that Tanvir boundary!!"

Harshit: "82 all out! Is this an April fool prank?"

Manoj: "Now its time for synchronized Dancing Celebrations...!!"

This is the biggest win for West Indies in a T20I.

SaiM: "78 All out is still one of THE BEST predictions I have seen in this tournament...."

Mark: "Extraordinary! New Zealand, England and Pakistan all chasing reachable targets and none of them reached 90. Australia the exception in chasing successfully. Who will now bet against West Indies?"

Ankit pandey: "Pakistan: "U know what west indies ?? we dont like you either" :D"

Dwayne Bravo is the Man of the Match: "I didn't expect it to be so easy, we have a bowling line-up that can defend any total. Pakistan had our batting in a bit of a bother, but we bat deep. Man of the Match I would have tied with myself, Sammy and Badree."

Post-match presentation:

Mohammad Hafeez: "This wasn't the best of performance from Pakistan. We didn't play well in the final four overs, credit to West Indies. In the first 16 overs we bowled very well, but they got the momentum in the final four overs. We were a little bit panicked early in the chase." Hafeez thanks the fans for their support, and apologises for not putting on a better show. He also says he would have wanted to bat first.

Darren Sammy: "Australia was a pumped-up West Indies, today was a more focussed West Indies. They haven't chased very well. We were looking for 160, we had the momentum going into the dressing room at the break. [about his batting] It's about backing yourself, I have worked a lot with the batting coach, it is just about being confident, I'm trying to do whatever is necessary to get the team over the line."

So, the first semi-final is on April 3: Sri Lanka v West Indies. See you all then, thanks for the company today.

Santokie to Umar Gul, OUT

West Indies are through, Pakistan's record of always making the semi-finals in the World T20 is over, Pakistan have been bowled out for the same number of runs West Indies scored in their final five overs, the end comes as Gul top edges a slog to deep midwicket, West Indies are dancing in joy, waving the flag with their supporters

Umar Gul c Simmons b Santokie 4 (12m 7b 0x4 0x6) SR: 57.14
Santokie to Babar, 1 run
Santokie to Umar Gul, 1 run

dropped, Narine has put down a skier at square leg, that was a top-edge off a sweep, Narine got under that well in time, West Indies were already beginning to celebrate, only to see

Narine flub it

Santokie to Babar, 1 run

there goes James the Score's prediction, a single to backward point takes Pakistan to 79

Santokie to Babar, no run

full ball from Santokie, defended towards point

end of over 174 runs • 1 wicket
PAK: 79/9CRR: 4.64 RRR: 29.33 • Need 88 runs from 18b
Zulfiqar Babar1 (1)
Umar Gul3 (5)
Andre Russell3-0-15-2
Sunil Narine4-0-16-3
Russell to Babar, 1 run

length ball outside off, driven towards deep point

Russell to Ajmal, OUT

full ball hitting low on the base of the stumps, Pakistan are nine down, one wicket away from a proper hammering

Saeed Ajmal b Russell 1 (5m 3b 0x4 0x6) SR: 33.33
Russell to Umar Gul, 1 run

driven towards sweeper cover for a single

Russell to Ajmal, 1 run

short and wide outside off, Ajmal looks to thump that to the leg side, a thick bottom edge sends the ball towards mid-on

Russell to Umar Gul, 1 run

length ball is driven towards long-off

Russell to Umar Gul, no run

slower offcutter, defended down the track

Ram: "That 78 all out prediction seems as possible as ever!"