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Last Updated: Wednesday, 19 September 2007, 13:00 GMT 14:00 UK
World Twenty20 - day nine photos

New Zealand openers Brendon McCullum and Lou Vincent

New Zealand's Brendon McCullum and Lou Vincent put on 68 for the first wicket against South Africa

Morne Morkel (right) celebrates with AB De Villiers

But Morne Morkel (right) makes the breakthrough, having McCullum caught behind for 38

A young South Africa fan in a red helmet

A young South Africa fan looks on as New Zealand wickets begin to tumble

Craig McMillan hits out against South Africa

Craig McMillan bludgeons four sixes, smashing 48 not out off 25 balls, but wickets keep falling at the other end

Jacob Oram prepares to hook Andre Nel

Jacob Oram joins McMillan, adding 41 for the fifth wicket, and South Africa finish on 153-8 from their 20 overs

Shane Bond (centre) celebrates dismissing Graeme Smith (right) with Scott Styris

Paceman Shane Bond makes the first breakthrough, having Proteas skipper Graeme Smith caught behind

Herschelle Gibbs

Herschelle Gibbs hits 19 off 19 balls but is caught to leave South Africa 45-3 in the eighth over

Justin Kemp hits out against New Zealand

But Justin Kemp takes control, smashing several sixes on the way to his half-century

Mark Boucher

Mark Boucher joins Kemp, adding 65 with Kemp as the Proteas close in on victory

Justin Kemp celebrates after hitting the winning runs

Kemp hits the winning runs, hitting an unbeaten 89 off 56 balls - South Africa win and England are knocked out

England seam bowler Chris Tremlett

England have just pride to play for now against India, and bring in seamer Chris Tremlett in place of Chris Schofield

Gautam Gambhir (right) runs a single past James Anderson

India's openers start well, with Virender Sehwag and Gautam Gambhir building a half-century stand

Indian fans wave their national flags

India's supporters cheer on their team as they start well, while Andrew Flintoff fields on the boundary

Virender Sehwag and Gautam Gambhir run a quick single past Dimitri Mascarenhas

Sehwag and Gambhir put on 136 in 15 overs for the first wicket as India take control of the match

Virender Sehwag is bowled by Chris Tremlett

Sehwag is eventually bowled by Chris Tremlett for 68 after a first-wicket stand of 136

Yuvraj Singh hits his sixth six against England

Yuvraj Singh smashes six sixes off one over - the first time it has been done in a T20 international - as India finish on 218-4

Umpire Simon Taufel signals one of Yuvraj's six sixes

Umpire Simon Taufel raises his hands six times as Yuvraj writes his name into cricket's history books

England's Vikram Solanki hits out against India

Vikram Solanki, in his second match as emergency wicket-keeper, hits 43 off 31 balls after opening for England

Kevin Pietersen trudges off after he is dismissed by Harbhajan Singh

Kevin Pietersen hits 39 off 23 balls but his exit spells the beginning of the end for England

Paul Collingwood is bowled by RP Singh

And captain Paul Collingwood is bowled as England fall 18 runs short, despite posting their highest T20 international total



SEE ALSO
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