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ICC T20 WC 2010 Results
Matches - Tournaments Monday, 17 May 2010 20:03

ICC World Twenty20 (30 April- 16 May, 2010)            Match Reports            Points Table 

League stage Groups:

Group A
Pts
Group B
Pts
Group C
Pts
Group D
Pts
Australia (A1) 4 New Zealand (B1) 4 India (C1) 4 West Indies (D1) 4
Pakistan (A2) 2 Sri Lanka (B2) 2 South Africa (C2) 2 England (D2) 1
Bangladesh 0 Zimbabwe 0 Afghanistan 0 Ireland 1

 

Super Eight stage Groups:

Group E
Pts
Group F
Pts
England 6 Australia 6
Pakistan 2 Sri Lanka
4
New Zealand
2 West Indies
2
South Africa
2 India
0


Schedule:
 
* Roll over the match name to see brief Fixtures

Day/Date  
Stage
No.
Match Time/Winner  Venue
Fri, Apr 30
League (B)
1
New Zealand v Sri LankaSL 135/6 (Jayawardene 81, Chandimal 29, Bond 35/2) lost to NZ 139/8 (Ryder 42, Guptill 19, Muralitharan 25/2) by 2 wickets with 1 ball to go NZ
Guyana
Fri, Apr 30 (Next Day)  League (D)
2 West Indies v IrelandWI 138/9 (Sammy 30, Dockrell 16/3, A Botha 7/2) beat IRE 68 (G Wilson 17, Sammy 8/3, Rampaul 17/3) by 70 runs with 3.2 overs to go
WI
Guyana
Sat, May1  League (C) 3 India v AfghanistanAFG 115/8 (Noor Ali 50, Nehra 19/3, P Kumar 14/2) lost to IND 116/3 (M Vijay 48, H Hasan 8/1) by 7 wickets with 5.1 overs to go India St. Lucia
Sat, May 1  League (A) 4 Pakistan v BangladeshPak 172/3 (Akmal 73, Butt 73, S AlHasan 27/2) beat Bang 151/7 (Ashraful 65, S AlHasan 47, M Sami 29/3) by 21 runs Pakistan
St. Lucia
Sun, May 2  League (C) 5 India v South AfricaIndia 186/5 (Raina 101, Yuvraj 37, Kleinveldt 48/2) beat SA 172/5 (Kallis 73, Smith 36, Y Pathan 42/2) by 14 runs India
St. Lucia
Sun, May 2  League (A) 6 Pakistan v AustraliaAus 191 (Watson 81, D Hussey 53, M Aamer 23/3, S Ajmal 34/3) beat Pak 157 (Misbah 41, Afridi 33, Tait 20/3, Nannes 41/3) by 34 runs Australia
St. Lucia
Mon, May 3  League (B) 7 Sri Lanka v ZimbabweSL 173/7 (Jayawardene 100, R Price 31/2, G Lamb 34/2) beat Zim 29/1 (5 overs) (Taibu 12*, B Taylor 11*) by 14 runs by D/L Method Sri Lanka
Guyana
Mon, May 3  League (D) 8 West Indies v England England 191/5 (Morgan 55, Wright 45*, Sammy 22/2) lost to WI 60/2(5.5 overs) by 8 wickets by D/L Method. After heavy rainfall, WI's target of 192(20) was reduced to 60(6) West Indies
Guyana
Tue, May 4  League (B) 9 New Zealand v ZimbabweZimbabwe 84 (Taibu 21, N McCullum 16/3, Styris 5/3, Vettori 10/2) lost to NZ 36/1(8.1)(B McCullum 22*) by 3 runs and 9 Wickets (by D/L Method) New Zealand
Guyana
Tue, May 4  League (D) 10 England v IrelandMatch Called Off - England 120/8 (Morgan 45, K O'Brein 22/2, Rankin 25/2) and Ireland 14/1 (2.2 overs). England go to the next stage leaving back Ireland on account of their better NRR No Result
Guyana
Wed, May 5  League (A) 11 Australia v BangladeshAustralia 141/7 (M Hussey 47*, S AlHasan 24/2, Mortaza 28/2) beat Bangladesh 114 (18.4) (S AlHasan 28, Nannes 18/4, D Hussey 8/2) by 27 runs with 8 balls to go Australia
Barbados
Wed, May 5 (Next Day)  League (C) 12 Afghanistan v South AfricaSA 139/7 (Kallis 34, Smith 27, H Hassan 21/3) beat Afghanistan 80 (Ashraf 23, Hassan 22, M Morkel 20/4, Langeveldt 12/3, Steyn 6/2) by 59 runs to qualify for the Super Eights leaving Afghanistan behind South Africa
Barbados
Thu, May 6 Super 8 13 Pakistan v EnglandPakistan 147/9 (Butt 34, Yardy 19/2, Broad 25/2) lost to England 151/4 (Pietersen 73*, Ajmal 18/2) by 6 wickets with 3 balls to go
England Barbados
Thu, May 6 Super 8 14 South Africa v New ZealandSA 170/4 (de Villiers 47*, A Morkel 40, Oram 22/1) beat NZ 157/7 (Ryder 33, N McCullum 26*, M Morkel 27/2) by 13 runs
South Africa
Barbados
Fri, May 7 Super 8 15 India v AustraliaAustralia 184/5 (Warner 72, Watson 54, Nehra 31/2) beat India 135 (R Sharma 79*, Tait 21/3, Nannes 25/3) by 49 runs Australia
Barbados
Fri, May 7 Super 8 16 West Indies v Sri LankaSL 195/3 (Jayawardene 98*, Sangakkara 68, Roach 27/2) beat WI 138/8 (Sarwan 28, Mendis 24/3, Malinga 28/3) by 57 runs Sri Lanka
Barbados
Sat, May 8 Super 8 17 New Zealand v PakistanNZ 133/7 (Vettori 38, Rehman 19/2, Sami 25/2) beat Pakistan 132/7 (Butt 67*, Butler 19/3, Mills 33/2) by 1 run New Zealand
Barbados
Sat, May 8 Super 8 18 South Africa v EnglandEngland 168/7 (Pietersen 53, Kieswetter 41, Botha 15/2) beat SA 129 (Duminy 39, Sidebottom 23/3, Swann 24/3) by 39 runs England
Barbados
Sun, May 9 Super 8 19 West Indies v IndiaWI 169/6 (Gayle 98, Nehra 35/3) beat India 155/9 (Raina 32, Roach 38/2) by 14 runs West Indies
Barbados
Sun, May 9 Super 8 20 Sri Lanka v AustraliaAustralia 168/5 (White 85*, Randiv 20/3, Mathews 24/2) beat SL 87 (Dilshan 20, Johnson 15/3, Smith 12/2, Nannes 19/2) by 81 runs Australia
Barbados
Mon, May 10 Super 8 21 Pakistan v South AfricaPakistan 148/7 (U Akmal 51, Langeveldt 19/4) beat SA 137/7 (Duminy 53, Ajmal 26/4, A Rehman 35/2) by 11 runs and eliminated SA from the tournament Pakistan
St. Lucia
Mon, May 10 Super 8 22 England v New ZealandNZ 149/6 (Taylor 44, Swann 31/2) lost to England 153/7 (Morgan 40, Styris 16/2) by 3 wickets with 5 balls to go and thus got eliminated from the tournament England
St. Lucia
Tue, May 11 Super 8 23 India v Sri LankaIndia 163/5 (Raina 63, Malinga 25/2) lost to Sri Lanka 167/5 (Sangakkara 46, Mathews 46, V Kumar 30/2) by 5 wickets to enter Semi-Finals forcing India to exit the tournament Sri Lanka
St. Lucia
Tue, May 11 (Next Day) Super 8 24 West Indies v AustraliaWI 105 (Sarwan 26, S Smith 20/3, D Hussey 3/2) lost to Australia 109/4 (Haddin 42, Benn 12/1) to exit the tournament Australia
St. Lucia
Thu, May 13 Semi Final 25 Sri Lanka v EnglandSL 128/6 (Mathews 58, Broad 21/2) lost to England 132/3 (Pietersen 42*, Perera 19/2) by 7 wickets with 4 overs to go England
St. Lucia
Fri, May 14 Semi Final 26 Australia v PakistanPakistan 191/6 (U Akmal 56*, K Akmal 50, Nannes 32/1) lost to Australia 197/7 (M Hussey 60*, White 43, M Aamer 45/3) by 3 wickets with 1 ball to go Australia
St. Lucia
Sun, May 16 Final 27 England v AustraliaAustralia 147/6 (D Hussey 59, White 30, Sidebottom 26/2) lost to England 148/3 (Kieswetter 63, Pietersen 47, Johnson 27/1) by 7 wickets with 3 overs to go England
T20 World Champions
Barbados

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