Our review of the latest ICC World Twenty20 2014 action looks back at India's eight-wicket victory over Bangladesh that qualified them for the semi-finals and an outstanding day for West Indian cricket.
Half-centuries from Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma guided India into the semi-finals as they made it three wins out of three.
That came after the West Indies had beaten Australia in an entertaining game thanks to brilliance from Chris Gayle, Darren Sammy and Dwayne Bravo that puts them in a strong position as the bid to join India in the semis.
The win also left Australia's own hopes hanging by a metaphorical thread - and a thin one at that.
In the women's competition, the West Indies hammered Sri Lanka to book their place in the last four, where they will almost certainly play Australia.
England beat Bangladesh in the day's other match to keep themselves on track for qualification.
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