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England v New Zealand
St Lucia, 16 March 2007

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England captain Michael Vaughan tosses the coin accompanied by New Zealand skipper Stephen Fleming

England v New Zealand: England captain Michael Vaughan loses the toss and Stephen Fleming elects to take the field

England's Ed Joyce leaves the field following his dismissal

England lose a wicket in the first over of the match as Ed Joyce edges James Franklin to the keeper for a duck

New Zealand's players celebrate Ian Bell's dismissal

Jacob Oram claims the second wicket as Ian Bell edges a wide delivery to Brendon McCullum to leave England 30-2

England captain Michael Vaughan is dismissed

Vaughan looks to settle his side with a patient innings but is bowled by Franklin for 26 as New Zealand take control

New Zealand players celebrate Shane Bond's dismissal of Kevin Pietersen

Kevin Pietersen progresses to 60 before lofting the impressive Shane Bond to Franklin as England slip to 133-5

Andrew Flintoff is removed by Bond

Things go from bad to worse for England as Bond takes his second wicket - removing Andrew Flintoff for a golden duck

Scott Styris celebrates removing England's Jamie Dalrymple

England slump to 138-7 as Jamie Dalrymple becomes Scott Styris's second victim - caught behind for just three

Paul Nixon hits out for England

Paul Nixon makes 42 in an unbroken 71-run partnership with Liam Plunkett as England post a competitive total of 209-7

James Anderson celebrates dismissing New Zealand's Lou Vincent

James Anderson provides England with a dream start as he removes Lou Vincent for a duck with New Zealand 1-1

Pietersen congratulates Anderson

Plunkett soon removes Ross Taylor and Anderson claims the vital wicket of Fleming as New Zealand slip to 18-3

Craig McMillan hits out

Craig McMillan joins Styris at the crease and the two batsmen frustrate England's attack with a 50-run partnership

Monty Panesar celebrates with Andrew Strauss

Monty Panesar strikes with his second delivery to remove McMillan for 27 as New Zealand reach 72-4

Styris flicks the ball away for further runs

Styris makes a crucial half-century for New Zealand as his partnership with Jacob Oram edge them towards the target

Panesar shows his disappointment as Pietersen drops Styris

Panesar's desperate search for another breakthrough continues as Pietersen drops Styris in the covers

Styris and Oram celebrate New Zealand's win

Styris scores an unbeaten 87 and Oram 63 as New Zealand beat England by six wickets with nine overs remaining

AB de Villiers returns to the dressing room after his dismissal by Holland's Billy Stelling

Holland v South Africa: Rain delays the start but Holland strike immediately as Billy Stelling removes AB de Villiers

South Africa's Herschelle Gibbs hits his sixth six

Herschelle Gibbs makes history as he becomes the first player to hit six sixes in an over in a one-day international

Mark Boucher celebrates scoring his 50

Records continue to fall in St Kitts as Mark Boucher scores the quickest 50 in World Cup history off just 21 balls

Kallis celebrates his half-century

Jacques Kallis makes a superb 128 as South Africa's batsmen post a mammoth 353-3 in the 40-over encounter

Holland's Ryan ten Doeschate is run out

Ryan ten Doeschate top scores for the Dutch with 57 but is run out as Holland slump to a 221-run defeat



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