Netherlands vs England at Lord's 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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Netherlands vs England at Lord's

Thrilling upset by Netherlands in the first match of Twenty20 World Cup

Netherland Cricket team England Cricket team Netherlands beat England by four wickets in the opening match of the ICC World Twenty20 at Lord's in a Group B match. Needing seven off the last over Ryan ten Doeschate and Edgar Schiferli took 5 singles, and then on an overthrow by bowler Stuart Board, ran the two needed for a famous victory.
Man of the match Tom de Grooth hit 49 off 30 balls and got plenty of support from Borren, 30 off 25, and ten Doeschate, 22 off 17.
2009 ICC World Twenty20 Match 1: ENG vs NET, Group B, June 5: Netherlands 163 for 6 (de Grooth 49, Borren 30, Anderson 3-23) beat England 162 for 5 (Wright 71, Bopara 46) by four wickets

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Netherlands vs England at Lord's


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