Second Semi Final 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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Sri Lanka storms into World T20 final

Sri Lanka Cricket team West Indies Cricket team Tillakaratne Dilshan's 96 not out, and a three-wicket opening over spell for one run by Angelo Matthews took Sri Lanka into an all-Asia final at the ICC World Twenty20 to be played on Sunday. Man-of-the-match Tillakaratne's unbeaten 96, the highest score of the event, came as his team-mates struggled for momentum. He batted through out the innings in Sri Lanka's 158 for five, and was involved in the opening wicket partnership of 73 with Jayasuriya, who looked strangely subdued while making 24 in 46 balls.
Angelo Mathews then stunned West Indies with three wickets in the opening over before the spinners strangled the middle order, leaving Chris Gayle, who played a captain's role, unbeaten on 63 as he carried his bat while no one else reached double figures.
The Sri Lankan opening bowler finished with three for 16 from four overs. Muttiah Muralitharan took 3-29 and Ajantha Mendis 2-9 as West Indies was all out in less than 18 overs for 101.
2009 ICC World Twenty20, Second Semi-final at The Oval, SRL vs WIN, June 19 2009: Sri Lanka 158/5 (Dilshan 96*) beat West Indies 101 (Gayle 63*, Mathews 3-16, Muralitharan 3-29) by 57 runs

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16:30 GMT | 12:30 EDT | 22:00 IST :: 1st Semi-Final - Thursday, June 18
South Africa v Pakistan at Trent Bridge, Nottingham

Pakistan Cricket team South Africa Cricket team South Africa is one of the only two teams in the 2009 ICC World Twenty20 to reach the Semis without losing a single match (Sri Lanka is the other). The perennial favorites in any form of cricket, and big time chokers at crunch time, South Africa will have to overcome their nerves to go on to the semis when they meet a resurgent Pakistan team which is looking stronger and stronger with each match. AB de Villiers is currently South Africa's top scorer with 185 runs in five matches, and teammate Jacques Kallis is not far behind with 174 from four matches.
Seamer Roelof van der Merwe is the team's best bowler with 9-106 from 17 overs, while Wayne Parnell has 8-93 from the same number of overs.
Right-arm seamer Umar Gul is the main reason the Pakistanis have progressed so far in the tournament after a stuttering start. Gul, who was the highest wicket-taker in the inaugural World Twenty20 in South Africa when Pakistan ended runners-up to India, again tops the list with 12 scalps in this tournament. Off-spinner Saeed Ajmal is joint second with Sri Lanka's Lasith Malinga in the wicket-taker's list with 11 wickets, while leg-spinning allrounder Shahid Afridi has eight. Pakistan were routed by South Africa in a practice match ahead of the tournament at Trent Bridge, losing by 59 runs after being bowled out for 127 in reply to South Africa's 186-7.
Tournament Results
South Africa
beat Scotland by 130 runs at The Oval
beat New Zealand by one run at Lord's
beat England by seven wickets at Trent Bridge
beat West Indies by 20 runs at The Oval
beat India by 12 runs at Trent Bridge Pakistan
lost to England by 48 runs at The Oval
beat Holland by 82 runs at Lord's
lost to Sri Lanka by 19 runs at Lord's
beat New Zealand by six wickets at The Oval
beat Ireland by 39 runs at The Oval

16:30 GMT | 12:30 EDT | 22:00 IST :: 2nd Semi-Final - Friday, June 19
Sri Lanka v West Indies at Kennington Oval, London

Sri Lanka Cricket team West Indies Cricket team Sri Lanka, the unbeaten, strongest, and best balanced team in the tournament, will face West Indies in the second semi-final at the Oval on Friday. Three of Lanka's big four batsmen have been in form, with the opening partnership of Sanath Jayasuriya and Tillekeratne Dilshan performing consistently well. Sangakkara and Mahela Jayawardene showed in the match against New Zealand that they have the class and composure to lead their side to victory on the big stage. Dilshan is the tournament's top runscorer.
While spinner Ajantha Mendis is an absolute terror, veteran spinner Muttiah Muralitharan has been successfully strangling sides in the middle overs. Mendis already has 10 victims in the tournament while sling-shot fast bowler Lasith Malinga lies joint second in the leading wicket-takers in the tournament with 11 and are expected to provide the main obstacle to West Indies' chances of progress. West Indies skipper Chris Gayle, after beating England in a do-or-die match went on to remark that some teams were now scared of his team. Dwayne Bravo, with 154 runs from 4 matches and eight wickets for 123 runs from 14 overs, has been the best all-rounder in the tournament so far. Lendl Simmons with 150 runs from 4 matches is also in terrific form.
Tournament Results
West Indes
beat Australia by 7 wickets at The Oval
lost to Sri Lanka by 15 runs at Trent Bridge
beat India by 7 wickets at Lord's
lost to South Africa by 20 runs at The Oval
beat England by five wickets at The Oval (D/L method)

Sri Lanka
beat Australia by 6 wickets at Trent Bridge
beat West Indies by 15 runs at Trent Bridge
beat Pakistan by 19 runs at Lord's
beat Ireland by 9 runs at Lord's
beat New Zealand by 48 runs at Trent Bridge

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Scores

Sri Lanka beat West Indies by 57 runs
West Indies won the toss and decided to field
158 for 5 (20.0 overs)
101 all out (17.4 overs)

Sri Lanka Innings - Close
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
Dilshan not out
 
96
57 12 2
Jayasuriya c Taylor b DJ Bravo
24
37 3 0
Sangakkara c Pollard b DJ Bravo
0
2 0 0
M Jayawardene c Chanderpaul b Pollard
2
3 0 0
Silva c Ramdin b Benn
11
12 2 0
Mubarak c Sammy b Taylor
7
5 1 0
Mathews not out
 
12
4 1 1
Extras
 
3w 3lb 6
 
Total
 
for 5 158 (20.0 ovs)

Bowler
O
M
R
W
Sammy 4.0 0 19 0
Taylor 4.0 0 31 1
DJ Bravo 3.0 0 32 2
Benn 4.0 0 24 1
Gayle 3.0 0 35 0
Pollard 2.0 0 14 1
Fall of wicket
 
73 Jayasuriya
73 Sangakkara
77 M Jayawardene
127 Silva
134 Mubarak

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West Indies Innings - All out
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
Gayle not out
 
63
50 8 2
Marshall
 
b Mathews
0
1 0 0
Simmons
 
b Mathews
0
2 0 0
DJ Bravo
 
b Mathews
0
2 0 0
Chanderpaul lbw b Mendis
7
15 0 0
Sarwan c Mathews b Muralitharan
5
11 0 0
Pollard st Sangakkara b Muralitharan
3
10 0 0
Ramdin c M Jayawardene b Udana
9
5 2 0
Taylor c Sub b Muralitharan
2
2 0 0
Sammy c Mubarak b Mendis
1
4 0 0
Benn
 
b Malinga
0
4 0 0
Extras
 
8w 1b 2lb 11
 
Total
 
all out 101 (17.4 ovs)

Bowler
O
M
R
W
Mathews 4.0 0 16 3
Udana 3.0 0 20 1
Malinga 2.4 0 24 1
Mendis 4.0 0 9 2
Muralitharan 4.0 0 29 3
Fall of wicket
 
1 Marshall
1 Simmons
1 DJ Bravo
43 Chanderpaul
64 Sarwan
75 Pollard
86 Ramdin
95 Taylor
97 Sammy
101 Benn

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Umpires: Aleem Dar, R E Koertzen, A G Hurst, D J Harper
Sri Lanka: Dilshan, Jayasuriya, Sangakkara (C/W), M Jayawardene, Silva, Mubarak, Mathews, Udana, Malinga, Muralitharan, Mendis, Sub
West Indies: Gayle (Captain), Marshall, Simmons, DJ Bravo, Chanderpaul, Sarwan, Pollard, Ramdin (Wicket Keeper), Sammy, Taylor, Benn

Editor: Nishanth Gopinathan.