We Love It: T20 World Cup Update

Updated: March 28, 2014

Alex Hales wrote himself into the record books after becoming the first England player to score a

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century in a T20 match in their six wicket victory over Sri Lanka. Hales’ 116, which was described by captain Stuart Broad as ‘one of the best knocks I’ve ever seen’, consisted of 11 fours and 6 sixes in his 64 ball innings which made up one half of a 152 run partnership with Eoin Morgan that helped England chase down the 190 they needed to win. This score also eclipses the previous English T20 record of 99 also set by Hales back in 2012 against the West Indies which he shared with Luke Wright who got an identical

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score against Afghanistan in the same year. This means that England are 4th in their group after losing last week in controversial circumstances to New Zealand, leading to Broad losing 15% of his match fee for criticising the umpire’s decisions.

Elsewhere India have sealed their place in the T20 semi-final after beating Bangladesh comfortably by 8 wickets which included half centuries by Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma. India, who won the first T20 tournament in 2007, have reaffirmed their status as strong contenders for the title as they confirmed their progression into the next round despite still having 1 match to go and 3 teams within their group having 2 matches left to play.

The West Indies stunned Australia when consecutive sixes from captain Darren Sammy earned them a second victory of the tournament with 2 balls to go, and leaving Australia on the brink of going out. Chris Gayle’s 53 gave the title holders a good start but it was Sammy who was required to smash 19 off the penultimate over and 2 big one’s in the final over to just snatch victory from an Aussie side that looked favourites and will need to win both their remaining matches and rely on other results if they have any chance of progressing. This win however means that the Windies need only beat Pakistan in their final match to reach the semi-finals.

In Group 1, South Africa will have to do without captain Faf du Plessis in their final group match against England after he was given a one match ban for a slow over rate against the Netherlands. The suspension is due to it being the second time he has committed the offence of taking too long to sort out fielding placements and making the overs last too long, therefore ruining the batsmen’s rhythm and risk not playing out the full game because of light issues. Broad may also face the same punishment after he was fined for a slow over rate against Sri Lanka.

There isn’t long to go now of the tournament and things are hotting up. England’s next games are against South Africa on Saturday 29th and Netherlands on Monday 31st. They will need to aim for wins in both those matches if they want any chance of reaching the semi’s.



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