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ICC World Twenty20 2007

Gautum Gambhir watches a shot race towards the boundary

South Africa v India: Gautum Gambhir and Virender Sehwag plunder 29 off the opening four overs in Durban

Makhaya Ntini celebrates the dismissal of Virender Sehwag

But Shaun Pollock removes Gambhir and Dinesh Karthik and when Makhaya Ntini has Sehwag caught behind India are 33-3

Vernon Philander drops a catch

Robin Uthappa is given an extra life when Vernon Philander drops a dolly but is caught soon after to leave India 62-4

South Africa's Mark Boucher (second right) and Morne Morkel chase the ball

And Rohit Sharma and Mahendra Singh Dhoni add 84 for the fifth wicket off the last nine overs to set a total of 153-5

India celebrate the dismissal of Graeme Smith

South Africa's reply is in tatters when RP Singh removes Herschelle Gibbs and Graeme Smith to leave the Proteas 12-3

Shaun Pollock (left) avoids a celebrating RP Singh

Danger man Justin Kemp is run out for five and when Singh bowls Pollock for a golden duck, South Africa are 31-5

Albie Morkel has his helmet knocked off by an Irfan Pathan delivery

Albie Morkel injects some impetus in the innings with Mark Boucher - they both score 36 but depart to leave them 109-8

India fans in Durban

Needing just 126 to reach the semi-finals on run-rate, South Africa fall 10 runs short while India's win puts them through

Bangladesh captain Mohammad Ashraful (left) departs for five - lbw to Shahid Afridi

Bangladesh v Pakistan: Tigers captain Mohammad Ashraful is given out lbw for five as Bangladesh stutter to 86-4

Zunaid Siddique hits out for Bangladesh

Zunaid Siddique keeps his head to pass his half century off 35 balls but when he is out for 71, Bangladesh are 112-5

Nadif Chowdhury hits out for Bangladesh

Nadif Chowdhury is the only other batsman to hit a boundary as Bangladesh scrape to 140 off 19.4 overs

Shahid Afridi (left) departs while Bangladesh wicketkeepr Mushfiqur Rahim celebrates taking the catch to dismiss him

Shahid Afridi blasts a brisk 39 off 15 balls but Pakistan slump from 59-0 to 119-6 after some poor shot selections

Imran Nazir hits out for Pakistan against Bangladesh

But Imran Nazir recovers from being hit in the box to return and guide Pakistan to a far from convincing four-wicket win

Brett Lee (left) successfully appeals for an lbw decision against Sanath Jayasuriya

Australia v Sri Lanka: Brett Lee removes Sanath Jayasuriya and Mahela Jayawardene early as Sri Lanka slump to 11-3

Stuart Clark (left) celebrates the dismissal of Tillakaratne Dilshan

Stuart Clark then takes four wickets in three overs to rip out the middle order and leave the innings in tatters at 43-7

Jehan Mubarak (left) hits out off Shane Watson

Jehan Mubarak top-scores with 28 as he puts on 40 for the eighth wicket with Chaminda Vaas, but Sri Lanka limp to 101

Australia's Adam Gilchrist

Adam Gilchrist and Matthew Hayden dominate the bowling from the off as Australia race past 50-0 in the sixth over

Matthew Hayden hits the winning runs for Australia

And Hayden smashes a six to finish on 58 not out off 38 balls as Australia win by 10 wickets and move into the semi-finals

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