England march on – yes they do

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England thrashed South Africa, easily chasing down an eminently reachable target and they certainly don’t need to win the next two games in order to stay in the competition.

Kevin Pietersen’s run out didn’t look this bad:

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He certainly had a bat and he most definitely didn’t lose it after running straight into a more-than-visible Shaun Pollock in the middle of the pitch.

In another match, Brett Lee failed to take a hat trick when all three deliveries failed to result in a wicket.


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4 Appeals

  1. You’ll obviously not be shocked to hear that our 20/20 county stars, are topping the averages in all forms of the game.

    They are really that good.

    It’s good that we left Ian Bell at home, as his services wouldn’t have been required.

  2. King Cricket

    September 17, 2007 at 1:33 pm

    We heard from someone who knows someone who knows Ian Bell, that he himself thinks it was the right decision too.

  3. You cant deny that the strength in Englands catching and fielding will certainly go a long way to helping them win this competion.

  4. i also refrained from any viewing of this game…. clearly there was no point when mathew hoggard will clearly have returned figures of roughly 7-12 of 3 overs….. he was playing wasn’t he?

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