The International Cricket Council has fined England cricketers David Willey and Jason Roy for breaching the code of conduct during their match against Sri Lanka in the ongoing ICC World Twenty20 in Delhi.
Charlotte Edwards led by example with a fabulous 61-ball knock of 77 runs as England Women went on to defeat Pakistan Women by 68 runs in the Group B encounter of the ICC Women's World Twenty20 in Chennai.
England all-rounder Ben Stokes expressed that his efforts to bowl more yorkers at the death paid off against Sri Lanka where he defended 15 runs from the final over to help his team qualify for the semi-finals of the ICC World Twenty20.
By beating Sri Lanka by 10 runs, England knocked out both Sri Lanka and South Africa, and qualified for the ICC World T20 semi-finals, watched by Chetan Narula, to set up a likely clash with New Zealand on Wednesday.
Chris Jordan’s four-wicket haul and Jos Buttler’s blistering 37-ball 66 helped England secure a semi-final berth with a hard-fought 10-run win against Sri Lanka in the Super 10 Group 1 encounter of the ICC World Twenty20 in Delhi despite an unbeaten knock of 74 runs from Angelo Mathews.
Moeen Ali shared a crucial 57-run unbeaten stand with David Willey to get England out of the woods following which their bowlers managed to defend the total of 142 runs to secure a crucial 15-run victory against Afghanistan in the 24th game of the ICC World Twenty20 in Delhi.