World Twenty20, Highlights: Netherlands rewrite history, beat England by 45 runs
Netherlands upset England by 45 runs in a Group 1 game at Chittagong, following on from where they left in the 2009 T20 World Cup, where they had managed to do the same. The game was meaningless in the context of either side being able to reach the semifinals but it made up for a great match nonetheless. Catch highlights here.
18:23 (IST): So, a historic win for Netherlands today as they beat England again in the World T20, following on from where they left in 2009. Netherlands skipper Peter Borren said that he asked his team to put up one last good performance before the tournament ended and they succeeded in their plans. He also said that the win by Netherlands showed the world that they could play cricket and that the associate nations had some strength in them. England captain Stuart Broad said that it was a hugely disappointing loss and the England which turned up today was similar to the one that played in the Ashes. Mudassar Bukhari (3/12) was deservedly the Man of the Match.
18:13 (IST): Netherlands (133/5, Barresi 48; Broad 3/24) beat England (88 in 15.1 overs, Bopara 18; Van Beek 3/9) by 46 runs.
18:03 (IST): OUT! Disaster! Stuart Broad c Wesley Barresi b Mudassar Bukhari 4. England 86/9 (17.1 overs).
17:55 (IST): OUT! What is happening here? Chris Jordan c Swart b Van Beek 14. England 76/8 (15.5 overs).
17:54 (IST): Netherlands' story in this tournament has been fairytale stuff! They should have beaten South Africa and almost beat New Zealand. Not taking anything away from how they qualified in the main draw! Amazing!
17:51 (IST): OUT! Ravi Bopara c Seelaar b Van Beek 18. England 74/7 (15.1 overs). This is taking a miserable shape for England.
17:50 (IST): Ravi Bopara (18*) tries to clear it for a six but fails! England 74/6 (15 overs) chasing 134. Chris Jordan (13*).
17:36 (IST): OUT! Tim Bresnan run out Bukhari 5. England 52/6 (11.4 overs).
17:30 (IST): OUT! Jos Buttler c Seelaar b Van Beek 6. England 42/5 (10 overs).
17:20 (IST): OUT! Moeen Ali c Tom Cooper b Peter Borren 3. England 32/4 (8.1 overs).
17:07 (IST): OUT! Eoin Morgan c Peter Borren b Van der Gugten 6. England 26/3 (5.5 overs).
17:00 (IST): OUT! Alex Hales b Mudassar Bukhari 12. England 19/2 (4.1 overs) chasing 134 vs Netherlands.
16:54 (IST): OUT! Michael Lumb c Tom Cooper b Mudassar Bukhari 6. England 18/1 (3 overs) chasing 134.
16:53 (IST): No sixes yet from Alex Hales but he is dealing in boundaries. England 17/0 (2.3 overs).
16:31 (IST): Netherlands post 133/5 (20 overs) vs England. Wesley Barresi (48), Myburgh (39); Stuart Broad (3/24).
16:26 (IST): OUT! Wesley Barresi b Chris Jordan 48. Sad end to Barresi's good innings! Netherlands 131/5 (19.2 overs).
16:25 (IST): OUT! Peter Borren c Stephen Parry b Stuart Broad 7. Netherlands 131/4 (19 overs).
16:24 (IST): Barresi swings it hard off Broad and manages to get six! Netherlands 127/3 (18.2 overs). He has raced to 47 now off 42 deliveries.
16:08 (IST): OUT! Tom Cooper c Chris Jordan b Stuart Broad 8. What a great catch from Jordan! He took it one-handed while running backwards to complete the catch and flicked his glasses with the other hand! Wow! Netherlands 110/3 (16.1 overs) vs England.
15:59 (IST): Four! Good shot from Barressi, inside out, falls just short of six runs! Netherlands 95/2 (13 overs).
15:49 (IST): OUT! Stephan Myburgh c Hales b Bopara 39. Netherlands 84/2 (11.1 overs) vs England. It was a dreadful full toss delivery from Ravi Bopara that Myburgh was trying to send for a six but it went straight to Alex Hales at deep-backward square! Disaster!
15:48 (IST): Wesley Barressi barely survives a stumping appeal! Netherlands 77/1 (10.1 overs).
15:42 (IST): Myburgh gets a six now! 15 off the over! Netherlands 67/1 (8 overs) vs England.
15:41 (IST): Wesley Barressi swings the bat for the 1st six of the innings! Netherlands 59/1 (7.3 overs).
15:31 (IST): Myburgh (21*) is getting most of his runs from boundaries! 5 so far! Netherlands 47/1 (5.3 overs).
15:19 (IST): OUT! Michael Swart c Stephen Parry b Stuart Broad 13. Netherlands 34/1 (3.5 overs) vs ENG. Stephan Myburgh (16* off 8 balls), Wesley Barressi (0*).
15:09 (IST): Stephan Myburgh starts with two boundaries! Moeen Ali is the bowler. Netherlands 9/0 (0.4 overs).
Michael Lumb, Alex Hales, Moeen Ali, Eoin Morgan, Jos Buttler, Ravi Bopara, Tim Bresnan, Chris Jordan, Stuart Broad, James Tredwell, Stephen Parry
Stephan Myburgh, Michael Swart, Wesley Barresi, Tom Cooper, Peter Borren, Ben Cooper, Logan van Beek, Mudassar Bukhari, T van der Gugten, Pieter Seelaar, Ahsan Malik
14:33 (IST): England win the toss and elect to field first vs Netherlands at Chittagong. Stephen Parry, the left-arm spinner, comes in place of Jade Dernbach for England.
England's miserable winter ended with ICC World Twenty20 exit in Chittagong on Saturday. England went down by three runs in a pulsating Super-10 stage Group One match against South Africa, going out of the semi-final race after two defeats in three matches. England's final match against the Netherlands today is now academic, while Sri Lanka and New Zealand will play off for the second qualifying spot from Group One.
England lost to New Zealand on the Duckworth-Lewis method but bounced back to beat Sri Lanka as Alex Hales hit a match-winning century. But the defeat by South Africa rounded off a miserable winter that featured heavy series losses in all three formats in Australia and limited-overs tour of the West Indies.
Netherlands were desperate to be taken seriously and prove that they are not pushovers. They were thrashed by Sri Lanka but fought hard against South Africa and New Zealand. Peter Borren-led Netherlands have one final chance to topple a Full Member team, an aim that has gnawed away at it ever since they qualified for the Super10s. But their final opportunity to do so will come against a team that has played some strong cricket and yet been knocked out.
Stuart Broad looks for new England era after tough winter
Stuart Broad said despite the exit there were some positives for the 2010 World Twenty20 champions. "It's going to be a new era of English cricket, isn't it? It has been a tough winter," said Broad. "We've had a lot of positives come out of this World Cup. If we had got out of the group there would have been a lot of surprised people. We're disappointed but we've done some good stuff with the squad available to us," Broad added.
Broad said losing some key players -- Joe Root, Ben Stokes and Luke Wright -- ahead of the tournament also hurt England. "We lost key men through injury. We can hold our heads up high and at the end of the day Twenty20 is an entertainment business and I don't think anybody is going to leave the ground today disappointed with nearly 400 runs scored, with sixes, fours and catches." (Read more)
England: Stuart Broad (captain), Michael Lumb, Alex Hales, Moeen Ali, Eoin Morgan, Jos Buttler (wicketkeeper), Ravi Bopara, Tim Bresnan, Chris Jordan, James Tredwell, Jade Dernbach, Ian Bell, Chris Woakes, Stephen Parry, Craig Kieswetter
Netherlands: Peter Borren (captain), Stephan Myburgh, Michael Swart, Wesley Barresi (wicketkeeper), Tom Cooper, Ben Cooper, Logan van Beek, Mudassar Bukhari, Timm van der Gugten, Pieter Seelaar, Ahsan Malik, Eric Szwarczynski, Tom Heggelman, Vivian Kingma, Michael Rippon