In pics: 1st T20, England vs West Indies

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  • Marion Samuels of West Indies is bowled by England's captain Graeme Swann for 4 runs, watched by wicket-keeper Craig Kieswetter. (AFP Photo)

    Marion Samuels of West Indies is bowled by England's captain Graeme Swann for 4 runs, watched by wicket-keeper Craig Kieswetter. (AFP Photo)

  • Dwayne Smith of West Indies reacts as he walks off. (Getty Images)

    Dwayne Smith of West Indies reacts as he walks off. (Getty Images)

  • West Indies' Darren Sammy is caught out by England's Jonathan Bairstow. (AP Photo)

    West Indies' Darren Sammy is caught out by England's Jonathan Bairstow. (AP Photo)

  • West Indies' Johnson Charles hits a ball from England's Ravi Bopara. (AP Photo)

    West Indies' Johnson Charles hits a ball from England's Ravi Bopara. (AP Photo)

  • Jade Dernbach of England throws at the wicket. (Getty Images)

    Jade Dernbach of England throws at the wicket. (Getty Images)

  • Ravi Bopara is congratulated by Graeme Swann after taking the wicket of Christopher Barnwell of West Indies. (Getty Images)

    Ravi Bopara is congratulated by Graeme Swann after taking the wicket of Christopher Barnwell of West Indies. (Getty Images)

  • Alex Hales of England in action. (Getty Images)

    Alex Hales of England in action. (Getty Images)

  • England's Craig Kieswetter watches his shot go for 4 runs. (AFP Photo)

    England's Craig Kieswetter watches his shot go for 4 runs. (AFP Photo)

  • Fidel Edwards of West Indies reacts after a bowled ball goes for 4 runs. (AFP Photo)

    Fidel Edwards of West Indies reacts after a bowled ball goes for 4 runs. (AFP Photo)

  • Craig Kieswetter and Alex Hales of England embrace after hitting the winning runs during the 1st International Twenty20 match against the West Indies. (Getty Images)

    Craig Kieswetter and Alex Hales of England embrace after hitting the winning runs during the 1st International Twenty20 match against the West Indies. (Getty Images)

First Published: September 24, 2011, 10:12 AM IST
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