Australia vs England Twenty20 World Championship 2010 Finals


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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

Australia vs England 2010 ICC World Twenty20 Finals, The West Indies

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ICC World Twenty20 Championship 2010 Schedules / Fixtures | Results

World Twenty20 2010 Final: England vs Australia - England wins Twenty/20 World Cup

Man of the match Craig Kieswetter scored a wonderful half century (63) to steer his team to a comprehensive 7 wicket victory over Australia after England bowlers restricted them to just three sixes and ten fours in 20 overs. The current 50 overs World Cup and Champions Trophy holders Australia could only score 147 for six, with David Hussey's 59 the top score.Looking for their first ever Cricket World Cup win (in any format), South Africa-born batsmen Kevin Pietersen (47) and Craig Kieswetter were involved in a 111-run partnership for the second wicket. Pietersen was named man of the tournament for scoring 248 runs.
World Twenty20 2010 Final: England 148/3 (Craig Kieswetter 63, Kevin Pietersen 47) beat Australia 147/6 (David Hussey 59) by seven wickets.

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.

Editor: Nishanth Gopinathan.