England’s defeated captain Morgan told Sky Sports “It was a competitive total but if we had got 220 it could have been a match-winning score. We never really took the game away from them, albeit that the West Indies bowled well and mixed it up, and then once Chris Gayle got going it, it was hard to stop him scoring.”
Gayle is a truly destructive player and if he keeps his form up and has back up support from the team, the West Indies have a real chance of scooping the World Twenty20 trophy, England were beaten by force at the end of the day but they are by no means out of it.
Over in Kolkata Pakistan easily beat Bangladesh by 55 runs after winning the toss skipper Shahid Afridi helped his side set the tigers a massive 202 to win, Afridi himself booming 49 off just 19 balls. In reply Bangladesh could only muster 146/6 from their 20 overs leaving Pakistan top of Group 2 on net run rate.
 England will play South Africa in Mumbai on Friday, at 7:30pm (2pm GMT).