In the last podcast looking back at the ICC World Twenty20 2012, John Pennington and Chetan Narula reflect on the highlights of the tournament and some of the players who performed on the biggest stage.
In the final ICC World Twenty20 2012 podcast, John Pennington and Chetan Narula react to the final between the West Indies and Sri Lanka, just moments after Darren Sammy had led his team to victory in Colombo.
The West Indies ended a long wait for a trophy by beating Sri Lanka by 36 runs in a remarkable final of the ICC World Twenty20 2012 in Colombo.
Batting first, they limped to 32 for two in 10 overs but an innings of 78 from Marlon Samuels helped them reach 137 for six. Despite making it to 48 for one, Sri Lanka were then bowled out for 101 in reply.
Chetan Narula and John Pennington look ahead to the final of the ICC World Twenty20 2012, which sees Sri Lanka take on the West Indies in Colombo.
In the first clip they assess what impact the crowd could have on the match, cheering on hosts Sri Lanka and consider the relative strengths of both sides.
Australian-born Croatian international Jeff Grzinic gives us his view on the ICC World Twenty20 2012 and how Australia have performed.
He talks about Australia's batting reliance on key players Shane Watson, David Warner and Michael Hussey while also looking to the future.