World Twenty20: Day Eight in pictures

In the first game of the day, in Dharamsala, England reduced India to 90 for 8 in its 20 overs. Photo: AP
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India also took wickets regularly when England batted. Here, India's wicketkeeper Sushma Verma celebrates after having Heather Knight stumped. Photo: AP
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Natalie Sciver (right) was the sixth wicket to fall, for 71 in the 13th over, as India sensed an opening. Photo: AP
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England eventually sneaked home by two wickets. Photo: PTI
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England's players celebrate the two-wicket win over India. Photo: PTI
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Martin Guptill celebrates his tenth fifty in Twenty20 Internationals in the World Twenty20 match against Pakistan in Mohali. Photo: Akhilesh Kumar
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Guptill was dismissed bowled by fast bowler Mohammad Saml for a 48-ball 80 that proved to be a match-winning knock. Photo: Reuters
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Shahid Afridi took two wickets but conceded 40 runs in his four overs. Photo: Reuters
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Pakistan had sizeable support in the stands in Mohali. Photo: PTI
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Mohammad Sami was Pakistan's most successful bowler, with two wickets and an economy rate of 5.75 in his four overs. Photo: Reuters
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Ross Taylor scored 36 off 23 balls to give New Zealand's innings some finishing touches. Photo: PTI
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Opener Sharjeel Khan got Pakistan's innings off to a blazing start with 47 off 25 balls, but the rest of the batsmen in the team could not build on it sufficiently. Photo: Reuters
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New Zealand eventually stifled Pakistan's middle-order enough to take a 22-run victory. Photo: AP
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