England vs Pakistan at Kennington Oval ICC World Twenty20 in England 2009

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2009 world twenty20 cricket The 2009 ICC World Twenty20 is the World Championship for Cricket in the Twenty20 format. There are 12 teams competing in the Group Stages. The first two placed teams from each of the four groups (Group A to D) will move on to the Super Eights. Each team plays three games against teams they have not already played. (Teams divided into Group E and Group F). Fixtures are predetermined and have no connection to who finished first and second in the group. No points are carried forward from group stages. Top two teams in Groups E and F qualify for semi-finals.

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Pietersen's innings sink Pakistan at Oval

Pakistan Cricket team England Cricket team England crushed Pakistan by 48 runs in a group B death match after messing up their tournament opener with minnows Dutch. Kevin Pietersen, returning to the side after losing the match against the Dutch, hit 58 off 38 balls to help his team reach 185 for 5.
In reply, Pakistan's batting was lackluster, and no one seemed interested in putting up a fight. Younis Khan top scored with 46, while Broad picked up 3 wickets for 17 in 3 overs.
2009 ICC World Twenty20 Match 6: PAK vs ENG, Group B, June 7: England 185-5 (Pietersen 58, Ajmal 2-23) beat Pakistan 137-7 (Younis Khan 46, Broad 3-17) by 48 runs

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England vs Pakistan at Kennington Oval


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