ICC World Twenty20 in England 2009 Results


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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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Results

Semi-Finals

Thursday, June 18 2009 :: First Semi-final at Trent Bridge, PAK vs SAF
Pakistan 149/4 (Afridi 51, Malik 34) beat South Africa 142/5 (Kallis 64, Duminy 44*, Afridi 2-16) by seven runs

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Super Eights matches

Tuesday, June 16 2009 :: Match 24, Group E: IND vs SAF, South Africa 130/5 (AB de Villiers 63) beat India 118/8 by 12 runs :: Match 23, Group F: NZL vs SRL, Sri Lanka 158-5 (Dilshan 48, Jayawardene 41*) beat New Zealand 110 (Guptill 43, Mendis 3-9, Udana 2-17) by 48 runs

Monday, June 15 2009 :: Match 22, Group E: ENG vs WIN, England 161/6 in 20 overs (Bopara 55) lost to West Indies 82/5 in 8.2 overs D/L by 5 wickets :: Match 21, Group F: IRE vs PAK, Pakistan 159-5 (Akmal 57, McCallan 2-26 ) beat Ireland 120-9 (Porterfield 40, Ajmal 4-19, Gul 2-19) by 39 runs

Sunday, June 14 2009 :: Match 20, Group E: ENG vs IND, England 153-7 (Pietersen 46, Harbhajan 3-30, Jadeja 2-26) beat India 150-5 (Pathan 33*) by three runs :: Match 19, Group F: IRE vs SRL, Sri Lanka 144/9 (Jayawardene 78, Cusack 4-18) beat Ireland 135/7 (Malinga 2-19, Mendis 2-22) by 9 runs

Saturday, June 13 2009 :: Match 18, Group F: NZL vs PAK, New Zealand 99 in 18.3 overs (Gul 5-6, Razzaq 2-17) lost to Pakistan 100/4 in 13.1 overs (Shahzaib Hasan 35, Shahid Afridi * 29) by 6 wickets (with 41 balls remaining) :: Match 17, Group E: SAF vs WIN, South Africa 183/7 (Gibbs 55, Kallis 45) beat West Indies 163/9 (Simmons 77, Parnell 4-13) by 20 runs

Friday, June 12 2009 :: Match 16, Group E: IND vs WIN, West Indies 156 for 3 (Bravo 66*, Simmons 44) beat India 153 for 7 (Yuvraj 67, Yusuf 31, Bravo 4-38, Edwards 3-24) by seven wickets :: Match 15, Group F: PAK vs SRL, Sri Lanka 150 for 7 (Dilshan 46) beat Pakistan 131 (Younis 50, Malinga 3-17) by 19 runs

Thursday, June 11 2009 :: Match 14, Group E: SAF vs ENG, South Africa 114/3 (Kallis 57*) beat England 111 (Shah 38, Parnell 3-14) by 7 wickets :: Match 13, Group F: NZL vs IRE, New Zealand 198/5 (Redmond 63, Guptill 45*) beat Ireland 115 (McCullum 3-15) by 83 runs

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Group Stage matches

Wednesday, June 10 2009 :: Match 12, Group A: India 113/8 (Rohit 52*, Gambhir 37) beat Ireland 112/8 (Zaheer 4-19, Ojha 2-18) by eight wickets :: Match 11, Group C: Sri Lanka 192-5 (Jayasuriya 81, Dilshan 74, Simmons 4-19) beat West Indies 177-5 (Bravo 51) by 15 runs

Tuesday, June 9 2009 :: Match 10: NZ vs SA, Group D: South Africa 128-7 (Smith 33) beat New Zealand 127-5 (van der Merwe 2-14) by 1 run :: Match 9: PAK vs NET, Group B: Pakistan 175-5 in 20 overs (Kamran 41) beat Netherlands 93 (Afridi 4-11) by 82 runs

Monday, June 8 2009 :: 8th Match, Group C: Lanka 160-4 (Sangakkara 55, Dilshan 53) beat Australia 159-9 (Mendis 3-20, Malinga 3-36) by 6 wkts :: 7th Match, Group A: Ireland 138-4 (Niall O'Brien 40, Kevin O'Brien 39*) beat Bangladesh 137-8 (Mortaza 33*) by 6 wkts

Sunday, June 7 2009 :: 6th Match, Group B, England 185-5 (Pietersen 58, Ajmal 2-23) beat Pakistan 137-7 (Younis Khan 46, Broad 3-17) by 48 runs :: 5th Match, Group D, South Africa 211/5 (de Villiers 79*, Kallis 48) beat Scotland 81 (Coetzer 42 Botha 2-17, van der Merwe 2-17) by 130 runs

Saturday, June 6 2009 :: 4th Match, Group A, India 180/5 (Gambhir 50, Yuvraj 41) beat Bangladesh 155/8 (Siddique 41, Ojha 4-21) by 25 runs :: 3rd Match, Group C, West Indies 172/3 (Gayle 88, Fletcher 53) beat Australia 169/7 (Warner 63) by 7 wickets :: 2nd Match, Group D, Scotland 89/4 in 7 overs (Coetzer 33) lost to NZ 90/3 in 6 overs (Ryder 31, Ross Taylor* 21) by 7 wkts

Friday, June 5 2009 :: 1st Match, Group B: England 162/5 lost to Netherlands 163/6 by 4 wickets (with 0 balls remaining)

World Twenty20 Group Matches

Warm-up matches

:: ENG vs WIN, June 3: England 145 for 1 (Wright 75*, Bopara 60) beat West Indies 144 for 6 (Sarwan 46*) by nine wickets

:: SAF vs SRI, June 3: South Africa 113 for 4 (Gibbs 48) beat Sri Lanka 109 for 9 (Botha 2-9, Kallis 2-12) by 6 wickets

:: NET vs SCO, June 3: Netherlands 130 for 3 (Kervezee 62, Zuiderent 46) beat Scotland 128 for 9 (Coetzer 39, Seelaar 3-25, Schiferli 3-33) by seven wickets

:: PAK vs IND, June 3: India 159 for 1 (Rohit 80, Gambhir 52*) beat Pakistan 158 for 6 (Misbah 37*, Younis 32, Ishant 1-11) by nine wickets


:: AUS vs NZL, June 2: Australia 151-3 (Ponting 56, Clarke 49*) beat New Zealand 147 (Styris 42, Johnson 4-20) by seven wickets

:: SRI vs BAN, June 2: Sri Lanka 152-6 (Jayawardene 43, Shakib 2-18) beat Bangladesh 151-6 (Raqibul 38*, Mushfiqur 34) by four wickets

:: WIN vs IRE, June 2: West Indies 134-1 (Gayle 88*) beat Ireland 130-7 (Bray 30, Benn 2-24) by 9 wickets

:: ENG vs SCO, June 2: England 141-4 (19 overs) beat Scotland 136-5 by 6 wickets


:: NZL vs IND, June 1: New Zealand 170 for 7 (Taylor 41, McCullum 31, Franklin 27*, Ishant 4-25) beat India 161 for 6 (Raina 45, Jadeja 41*, Vettori 3-24) by nine runs

:: SAF vs PAK, June 1: South Africa 186 for 7 (Smith 70, Gibbs 42, Ajmal 2-20) beat Pakistan 127 (Botha 2-20, Steyn 2-19) by 59 runs

:: IRE vs NET, June 1: Ireland 135 for 7 (Botha 35, Seelar 3-28) tied with Netherlands 135 for 9 (ten Doeschate 29, McCallan 3-32, Rankin 2-24). Ireland won in the Super Over

:: AUS vs BAN, June 1: Australia 219 for 6 (Watson 52, Haddin 47, Mahmuddulah 4-37) beat Bangladesh 181 for 7 (Shakib 54, Johnson 3-21) by 38 runs


:: NZL vs NET, May 30: New Zealand 194-8 (McCullum 62) beat Netherlands 104 (Franklin 3-10, Vettori 3-24) by 90 runs

:: BAN vs SCO, May 30: Bangladesh 142-4 (Mahmudullah 46 no) beat Scotland 141-7 (McCallum 50, Hamilton 45, Hossain 5-16) by six wickets

:: WIN vs IRE, May 30: West Indies 120-5 (Ramdin 24*, Rankin 2-18) beat Ireland 119 (McCallan 25*, Baker 3-22, Sammy 2-8) by five wickets


:: BAN vs NET, May 29: Bangladesh 206-6 (Mohammad Ashraful 69) beat Netherlands (Borren 40) 142 (17 overs) by 64 runs


:: WIN vs SCO, May 28: West Indies 143-6 (Bravo 51no, Fletcher 42, Rogers 2-27) beat Scotland 129-9 (Smith 40, Sammy 3-25) by 14 runs


:: NZL vs IRE, May 27: New Zealand (Taylor 74, Guptill 45no) beat Ireland 152-5 (Bray 48, Ryder 3-4) by 7 wickets

:: NZL vs IRE, May 27: New Zealand 147-6 (Guptill 61) beat Bangladesh 146-6 (Mahmudullah 43, Butler 2-32)


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