Super Eights Twenty20 World Championship 2010

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West Indies 196/3 beat India 192/2 by 7 wickets

2010 ICC World Twenty20, West Indies

ICC World Twenty20 West Indies 2010

2010 world twenty20 cricketThe 2010 ICC World Twenty20 was the third ICC World Twenty20 competition, an international Twenty20 cricket tournament that was held in the West Indies between 30 April and 16 May 2010. It was won by England, who defeated Australia in the final. Kevin Pietersen was named as player of the tournament. News from the ICC World Twenty20 2010: WT20 2010 Cup Index | Championship Schedule | Results | Live Telecast

Super Eights 2010 ICC World Twenty20, The West Indies

Group and Group F

ICC World Twenty20 Championship 2010 Schedules / Fixtures | Results

World Twenty20 2010 Finals: Australia vs England

World Twenty20 2010 Finals:

Second Semi-Final: Freakish Hussey shocks Pakistan in final over

World Twenty20 Second Semi-Final: Australia 197/7 (19.5 ov) beat Pakistan 191/6 (20 ov), Michael Hussey 60(24 3x4 6x6)

First Semi-Final: England cruise into World T20 final

World Twenty20 First Semi-Final: England 132/3 (Pietersen 42*) beat Sri Lanka 128/6 (Mathews 58, Broad 2-21) by 7 wkts.

Super Eight match 24: Windies no match for Australia

World Twenty20 Match #24: Australia 109/4 (Haddin 42) beat West Indies 105 (Smith 3-20) by 6 wickets

Super Eight match 23: Sri Lanka win, India out of World T20

World Twenty20 Match #23: India 163/5 (20 ov) lost to Sri Lanka 167/5 (20 ov)

Super Eight match 22: New Zealand eliminated by England

World Twenty20 Match #22: England 153/7 (19.1 ov) beat New Zealand 149/6 (20 ov) by 3 wickets.

Super Eight match 21: South Africa crashes out of the WT20

World Twenty20 Match #21: Pakistan 148/7 (20 ov) beat South Africa 137/7 (20 ov) by 11 runs.

Super Eight match 20: Australia cruise to 81-run triumph over SL

World Twenty20 Match #20: Australia 168 for 5 (White 85*, Randiv 3-20) beat Sri Lanka 87 (Johnson 3-15, Nannes 2-19)

Super Eight match 19: India lose tamely to West Indies

World Twenty20 Match #19: West Indies 169/6 (20 ov) beat India 155/9 (20 ov) by 14 runs.

Super Eight match 18: Comprehensive win for England

World Twenty20 Match 18: England 168/7 (20 ov) beat South Africa 129 (19 ov) by 39 runs.

Super Eight match 17: New Zealand edge out Pakistan

World Twenty20 Match 17: New Zealand 133/7 (20 ov) beat Pakistan 132/7 (20 ov) by 1 run.

Super Eight match 16: Sri Lanka overwhelm Windies

World Twenty20 Match 16: Sri Lanka 195/3 (20 ov) beat West Indies 138/8 (20 ov) by 57 runs

Super Eight match 15: Australia outclass India

Australia humiliated India by 49 runs in a crucial Super Eights match of the Twenty20 World Cup match. Chasing 185-run target, India lost wickets at regular intervals in the Group F Super Eight stage match in Barbados, to finish the innings in 17.4 overs scoring only 135. Rohit Sharma scored 79 off 46 balls, hitting 4 fours and 6 sixes.Earlier, put into bat, Australia went on a six-hitting spree, with both the openers Shane Watson (54 off 32 balls) and David Warner (72 off 42 balls) scoring runs at will. At one time, they hit 6 sixes in a row off Jadeja, from 2 overs - Warner & Watson sharing 3 each.
World Twenty20 Match 15: Australia 184/5 (Warner 72, Watson 54) beat India 135 (Rohit 79*, Tait 3-21, Nannes 3-25) by 49 runs

Super Eight matches 15 & 16: India vs Australia, West Indies v Sri Lanka at Bridgetown

2007 World Champion India will meet a team many expect to take home this year's trophy - Australia, on a seam-friendly track in Barbados on Friday.
Both teams came through the pool stage undefeated, along with West Indies who will meet Sri Lanka in the second match of the day.

Super Eights (match 14): South Africa beat New Zealand by 13 runs

Albie Morkel hit five sixes in scoring 40 off 18 balls as South Africa scored 73 from their last 6.3 overs which powered the team to a total of 170/4 - enough for a comfortable 13-run victory over New Zealand in the World Twenty20 Super Eights.
World Twenty20 Match 14: South Africa 170/4 (20 ov) beat New Zealand 157/7 (20 ov) by 13 runs

Super Eights (match 13): England beat Pakistan by six wickets

Kevin Pietersen's unbeaten 73 - from 52 balls with two sixes and eight fours - saw England to a six-wicket win over defending champions Pakistan in the opening Super Eights match of the World Twenty20 at the Kensington Oval. England finished on 151 for four in reply to Pakistan's 148 for nine.
World Twenty20 Match 13: England 151/4 (19.3 ov) beat Pakistan 147/9 (20 ov) by 6 wickets

Editor: Nishanth Gopinathan.