World Twenty20: Day 13 in pictures

Virat Kohli was the difference between a Super 10 exit for India and a spot in the semifinals as his 51-ball 82 guided India to its target of 161 in the final over in a tough chase against Australia in Mohali. Photo: PTI
It turned out to be Shane Watson's final match in his international career as Australia was knocked out of the tournament. His spell of 2 for 23 gave Australia an upper hand for large portions of India's chase, until Kohli took it away with a masterful knock under pressure. Photo: Getty Images
Afghanistan's players express their delight after a stunning victory over West Indies in the first men's match on the day at the ICC World Twenty20. Photo: PTI
Afghanistan's Najibullah Zadran played what turned out to be a match-winning knock of 48. Photo: K. R. Deepak
Darren Bravo (extreme right) dances after West Indies took a wicket. Photo: PTI
Johnson Charles, the West Indies opener, was the second wicket to fall in his team's chase of 124. He was bowled by fast bowler Hamid Hassan. Photo: K. R. Deepak
Denesh Ramdin attempts to play the reverse-sweep. Photo: AP
An Afghanistan fan celebrates the team's famous victory. Photo: PTI
Mohammad Shahzad lets out a cry after Afghanistan defeated West Indies. Photo: PTI
Samiullah Shenwari (left) and Hamid Hassan bump into each other in celebration of Afghanistan's victory. Photo: AP
Chris Gayle, who did not play the match, spent some time with Afghanistan's players after their landmark victory. Photo: PTI
Anuja Patil took a catch that dismissed West Indies batsman Stafanie Taylor in the 18th over, in the Women's World Twenty20 game in Mohali. West Indies eventually scored 114 for 8 in its 20 overs. Photo: PTI
Ekta Bisht was India's eighth wicket to fall in its chase of 115, in the final over. She was the first of the three wickets to fall in that over, as West Indies got home and thereby into the semis. Photo: Akhilesh Kumar
An India fan walks to the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium in Mohali for the World Twenty20 match between India and Australia. Photo: Getty Images
Usman Khawaja struck six boundaries at the top of the order to provide a pacy start to Australia's innings. Photo: Getty Images
Aaron Finch plays a sweep in his quickfire 43 off 34 balls. Australia eventually reached 160 in its 20 overs in the virtual quarterfinal. Photo: PTI
Shikhar Dhawan prepares to accept a catch in the deep to contribute in the dismissal of Aaron Finch, in India's final match of the Super 10, against Australia, in Mohali. Photo: AP
Glenn Maxwell walks back to the dugout after scoring 31. Photo: Getty Images