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ICC T20 Men's World Cup 2010
Latest Results (16.05.10)
England defeat Australia by 7 wickets
Australia : 147/6 (20 Overs)
England : 148/3 (17 Overs)

Highlights
  • England wins T20 world cup 2010
  • England registered their a comprehensive seven wickets over Australia to win ICC T20 World Cup 2010. An undefeated England in this world cup were on top of Australia right from the first ball and went on to make it big. Australia batted first and were off to a shaky start. However some late consolodation got them to a total of 147/6 in 20 overs. But England top order continued their sparkling form and went on to win the game in 17 overs. Opener Craig Kieswetter scored a quick fired 63 off 49 balls.
  • England show exit doors to New Zealand. Pakistan in semi finals of T20 world cup 2010
  • England crashed New Zealand out of T20 world cup 2010 with a 3 wickets victory in their final Super 8's match. Batting first New Zealand registered a total of 149/6 in 20 overs. In reply,England got to the target in 19.1 overs with three wickets remaining. With this win of England, Pakistan became the second team to qualify for semi finals from Group E.
  • Pakistan slams South Africa out of T20 world cup 2010
  • Defending champions Pakistan banged South Africa out of world cup with a thrilling 11 runs victory. In the most important match, Pakistan proved its metal and kept alive their hopes for a place in semis.Batting first, Pakistan put upa total of 148/7 in 20 overs. In reply, the Proteas fell short by 11 runs, finishing at 137/7 in 20 overs. Now Pakistan only needs England to beat New Zealand to see them through in semi finals.
  • Australia slams Sri Lanka by 81 runs
  • Australia : 168/5 (20 Overs)
    Sri Lnaka : 87/10 (16.2 Overs)
    Australia slammed Sri Lanka with a formidable 81 runs win in their second super 8's match. Australia batted first and registered a respectable total of 168/5 in their 20 overs. Camerron White was in sparkling touch and played a cameo innings of 85* in 49 balls. Sri Lanka were on the backfoot right from the first ball and faced a surprising collapse of batting order managing only 87on the scoreboard.
  • Indian hopes of world cup T20 in despair
  • West Indies : 169/6 (20 Overs)
    India : 155/9 (16 Overs)
    Indian hopes of the world cup T20 2010 were despaired after a shamefull defeat against West Indies in their second super 8's match at Barbados. West Indies batted first and scored a total of 169/6 in 20overs. Captain Chris Gayle scpred a clazing 98 on 66 balls. India's fate was concealed by some astounding seam bowling from Windies. Short delievries took toll on formidable Indian batting line up and team tumbled 14 runs short o the target.
  • England runs over South Africa with 39 runs victory
  • England : 198/7 (20 Overs)
    South Africa : 129/10 (19 Overs)
    England resgistered their second conecutive win in Super 8's, defeating South Africa by 39 runs. Englkand batted first and registered a total of 168/7 in 20 overs. Kevin Pieterson scored a quickfire 53 of 33 balls with excellent support from opener Craig Kieswetter. South African batting line up surrendered infront of pace man Ryan Sidebottom and sspin wizard Graeme Swann. A fighting 39 from J.P Duminy couln't avoid teams defeat by 39 runs.
  • Pakistan's hopes of world cup T20 in despair
  • New Zealand : 139/7 (20 Overs)
    Pakistan : 132/7 (20 Overs)
    Defending champions Pakistan's crashes out of T20 world cup 2010 were despaired with a thrilling 1 run defeat from New Zealand. The Kiwiws hld their nerves in the most important match for tboth the teams and came out winners by 1 run in a close tie. New Zealand batted first scoring a total of 133/7 in 20 overs. Pakistan had a steay start with openet Salman Butt holding out one end. Wickets continued to tumble on far end and ultimately Pakistan fell 1 run short of victory.
  • Sri Lanka muscles 57 runs defeat on West Indies
  • Sri Lanka : 195/3 (20 Overs)
    West Indies : 138/8 (20 Overs)
    Sri Lanka muscled a 57 runs win over West Indies winning their first Super 8's match at world cup T20 2010. Capitalising on 98* of 56 bals by opener Mahela Jayawardene and a quick half century by captain Kumar Sangakkara, Sri Lanka put up a huge total of 195/3 in 20 overs. West Indies were never in the hunt and ended up at 138/8 in 20 overs.
  • Australia outplay India with a 49 runs victory
  • Australia : 184/5 (20 Overs)
    India : 135/10 (17.4 Overs)
    Australia outplayed India in their first Super 8's match at T20 world cup 2010. Australia batted first and had a slow start. But the innings took off in the middle and Aussies ended up with a mamath 184/5 in 20 overs. The ever lasting Indian batting line up fell prey to some short and quick bowling by Australia. Rohit Sharama seemed to be the lone man stading scoring 79* of 46 deliveries. India fell short of Aussie target by 49 runs.
  • South Africa defeats New Zealand by 13 runs
  • South Africa : 170/4 (20 Overs)
    New Zealand : 157/7 (20 Overs)
    South Africa defeated New Zealand by 13 runs in their first Super 8's match at T20 world cup 2010. South Africa batted first and cashed upon the solid start by their openers. AB De Villiers scored an unbeaten 47 to help his team register a total of 170/4 in 20 overs. Kiwis had a shaky start and fall of wickets at regular intervals worsened their position in the game. In the end New Zealand fell 13 runs short of the target.
  • England crushes Pakistan with 6 wickets win
  • Pakistan : 147/9 (20 Overs)
    England : 151/4 (19.3 Overs)
    England crushed Pakistan by 6 wickets in the opening match of Super 8's league at T20 world cup 2010. Batting first, Pakistan put up a total of 147/9 in 20 overs which was always a challenge to defend against a formidable English batting. Capitalising on a blazing platform set by the openers, Kevin Pieterson went after pakistan bowling attack scoring 73* off 52 balls. ngland finished up 151/4 with three balls to spare.
  • South Africa bowlers run over Afghan batting line up
  • South Africa : 139/7 (20 Overs)
    Afghanistan : 80/10 (16 Overs)
    South Africa made iy through to Super 8's with a formidable 59 runs victory over minnows Afghanistan. Batting first, South Africa got to 139/7 in 20 overs. Jacques Kallis scored 34 along with J.P Duminy and Albie Morkel playing liitle cameos. Agfhanistan batting collapsed in front of deadly African pace attack and they lost 8 wickets for 32 only. The saga ended up in 16th over with Afghanistan at a total of 80/10.
  • Australia thrashes Bangladesh by 27 runs
  • Australia : 141/7 (20 Overs)
    Bangladesh : 114/10 (18.4 Overs)
    Australia registered a convincing 27 runs victory over Bangladesh in their last league match. Australia batted first and had a shakky start. Middle order batsman Michael Hussey scored 47* helping his team to a respectable total of 141/7 in 20 overs. Bangaldesh innigs started with ducks for both the openers and ended up at 114/10 in 19th over. Australia are now at the top of their group an Bangladesh has been knocked out of world cup T20 2010.
  • New Zealand defeats Zimbawe by 7 runs
  • Zimbawe : 84/10 (15.1 Overs)
    New Zealand : 36/1 (8.1 Overs)
    New Zealand defeatd Zimbawe by 7 runs in a rain affected game at Guyana. Zimbawe batted first and put off a dismal performance with the bat. Kiwi bowlers restricted them to a feeble total of 84. Nathan McCullum and Scott Styris took 3 wickets each. New Zealand started with a bang loosing Jesse Ryder on 7 but then onwards, it was rain taking over and making New Zealnd victorious in ninth over.
  • West Indies cruise to super 8's defeating England by 8 wickets
  • England : 191/5 (20 Overs)
    West Indies : 60/2 (5.5 Overs)
    Host West Indies cruised to super 8's with a comprehensive 8 wickets win over England. Rain seemed to help the home side inspite of England scoring a a mamath 191/5 in their 20 overs. It seemed that England are through in their first league match but rain spoiled their party. During the course of sixth over, play was stopped due to rain and West Indies were declared winners by 8 wickets according to Duckworth-Lewis.
  • Mahela ton helps Sri Lanka defeat Zimbawe by 14 runs
  • Sri Lanka : 173/7 (20 Overs)
    Zimbawe : 29/1 (5 Overs)
    > Sri Lanka defeated Zimbawe by 14 runs in the rain hit league match at Guyana. Zimbawe, who had defeated Australia and Pakistan in warm up matches was expected to give a tough fight but rain held its way. Sri Lanka batted first scoring 173/7 in 20 overs. Opener Mahela Jayawardene slammed second century of this world cup ensuring a stiff target for Zimbawe. Rain interrupted play after first innings and Zimbawe was given a revised target. But during the course of their innings, rain stopped the play once again and at that time. Zimbawe was short by 14 runs.
  • Australia thrashes Pakistan by 34 runs
  • Australia : 191/10 (20 Overs)
    Pakistan : 157/10 (20 Overs)
    Australia grounded defending champions Pakistan by 34 runs in their first match of T20 world cup 2010. Batting first, Aussies got to a flyer with opener Shane Watson scoring 81 off 49 balls. David Hussey also scored a quickfired 53 helping Australia to mamath 191/10 in 20 overs. Pakistani seamer Mohammed Aamer bowled a memorable last over with 5 wickets in 6 balls. Pakistan had a shaky start and couldn't recover from it throughout the innings. Dirk Nannes and Shaun tait took 3 wickets each for Australia.
  • Raina cruises team to Super 8's slamming first T20 hundred for India
  • India : 186/5 (20 Overs)
    South Africa : 172/5 (20 Overs)
    Suresh Raina blasted Proteas bowling attack with India's first hundred in T20 internationals. Batting first, India got to 186/5 in their 20 overs with Raina's muscular hitting and liitle cameos from Yuvraj Singh and M.S Dhoni. Inspite of a slow start, Indians scored 75 runs in last five overs ensuring a formidable total on the board. South Africa were not able to cop up with the run rate and ultimatelu led to a 14 runs defeat. Blazes from Kallis, Albie Morkel and Graeme Smith came too late for teams rescue. With this win, India is through to Super 8's topping their group.
  • Pakistan defeat Bangladesh by 21 runs
  • Pakistan : 172/3 (20 Overs)
    Bangladesh : 151/7 (20 Overs)
    Defending champions Pakistan kicked off their 2010 T20 world cup campaign with a comprehensive 21 runs victory over Bangladesh. Batting first, Pakistan openers set the tone for a big total scoring 73 each and helped their team to 172/3 in 20 overs. Bangladesh started with lossong two early wickets, but Ashraful and Shakib provided some resistance in the middle order. In the end, Pakistan came off better in comparison and won the match quite convincingly.
  • India thrash minows Afghanistan
  • Afghanistan : 115/8 (20 Overs)
    India : 116/3 (14.5 Overs)
    India thrashed minows Afghanistan with a cmprehensive 7 wicket in their opening match of T20 world cup 2010. Batting first Afghnaistan scored 115/8 in 20 overs. Opener Noor Ali scored a promising half century. But the target proved to be less for India's taking. Opener Murali Vijay set the tone for a comfortable victory and middle order star Yuvraj Singh ensured the victory.
  • New Zealand score thrilling two wicket victory over Sri Lanka
  • Sri Lanka : 135/6 (20 Over)
    New Zealand : 139/8 (19.5 Over)
    New Zealand scored a thrilling two wickets victory over Sri Lanka. Chasing a total of 136, the Kiwis just avoided the mess after a formidable start. Sri lanka batted first and managed a total of 135/6 in their 20 overs. Mahela jayawardene scored 81 off 51 balls only. But New Zealand were equal to the task and managed it quite comfortably inspite of a debacle in middle order.
  • Sammy show West Indies demolish minows Ireland
  • West Indies : 138/9 (20 Over)
    Ireland : 68/10 (16.4 Over)
    Host West Indies demolished minows Ireland by 70 runs in inaugral match of T20 world cup 2010. Batting first, West Indies scored 138/9 in their 20 overs. Ireland had a shaky start and couldn't stabilize during the course of their innings. They could only manage a total of 68. Darren Sammy took three wickets ensuring a victory for West Indies.
  • Indian opener Virender Sehwag ruled out of World T20
  • Team India suffered a severe blow on its prospects of World Cup T20, 2010 when its key player Virender Sehwag went down with a shoulder injury. The monstrous hitter from India has been ruled out of T20 world cup for the second consecutive time. Chennai opener Murali Vijay has beennamed as his replacement. Indian team will surely miss the fierce hitting skills of Sehwag.
ICC T20 Schedules And Fixtures
  • APR 30th - New Zealand V/S Sri Lanka at Providence Stadium, Guyana
  • APR 30th - West Indies V/S Ireland at Providence Stadium, Guyana
  • MAY 1st - Afghanistan V/S India at Beaysejour Stadium, St Lucia
  • MAY 1st- Bangladesh vs Pakistan at Beaysejour Stadium, St Lucia
  • MAY 2nd- India vs South Africa at Providence Stadium, Guyana
  • MAY 2nd- Australia vs Pakistan at Providence Stadium, Guyana
  • MAY 3rd - Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe at Providence Stadium, Guyana
  • MAY 3rd - England v/s West Indies at Providence Stadium, Guyana
  • MAY 4th - New Zealand vs Zimbabwe at Providence Stadium, Guyana
  • MAY 4th - England vs Ireland at Providence Stadium, Guyana
  • MAY 5th- Australia vs Bangladesh at Kensington Oval, Barbados
  • MAY 5th- Afghanistan vs South Africa at Kensington Oval, Barbados
  • MAY 6th - A1 vs D2 at Kensington Oval, Barbados
  • MAY 6th - C1 vs B2 at Kensington Oval, Barbados
  • MAY 7th - A2 vs C2 at Trent Kensington Oval, Barbados
  • MAY 7th - B1 vs D1 at Trent Kensington Oval, Barbados/li>
  • MAY 8th - C1 vs D2 at Trent Kensington Oval, Barbados
  • MAY 8th - A1 vs B2 at Kensington Oval, Barbados
  • MAY 9th - C2 vs D1 at Providence Stadium, Guyana
  • MAY 9th - B1 vs A2 at Kensington Oval, Barbados
  • MAY 10th - B2 vs D2 at Beaysejowww.ur Stadium, St Lucia
  • MAY 10th - A1 vs C1 at Beaysejour Stadium, St Lucia
  • MAY 11th- B1 vs C2 at Beaysejour Stadium, St Lucia
  • MAY 11th- D1 vs A2 at Beaysejour Stadium, St Lucia
  • MAY 13th- Semi Final - I at Beaysejour Stadium, St Lucia
  • MAY 14th- Semi Final - II at Beaysejour Stadium, St Lucia
  • MAY 16th - Final at Kensington Oval, Barbados
ICC T20 World Cup Standings
Group A
Team
Australia
Bangladesh
Pakistan
Points
4
0
2
NRR
+1.525
-1.200
-0.325

Group B
Team
New Zealand
Sri Lanka
Zimbawe
Points
4
2
0
NRR
+0.414
+0.355
-1.603

Group C
Team
Afghanistan
India
South Africa
Points
0
4
2
NRR
-2.446
+1.495
+1.125

Group D
Team
England
Ireland
West Indies
Points
1
1
4
NRR
-0.452
-3.500
+2.780

Super 8's

Group E
Team
England
Pakistan
New Zealand
South Africa
Points
6
2
2
2
NRR
+0.962
+0.041
-0.373
-0.617

Group F
Team
Australia
Sri Lanka
West Indies
India
Points
6
4
2
0
NRR
+2.733
-0.333
-1.281
-1.117
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