analysisBy Antoinette Muller
Five games have been completed in the Super Tens stage of the ICC World T20. There were quite a few familiar sights over the weekend, ranging from Stuart Broad getting himself into trouble and South Africa stuffing up a chase under the pressure. ANTOINETTE MULLER picks five talking points from the weekend.
The Super Tens stage of the ICC World T20 is in full swing and while it might have gotten off to a damp squib with Pakistan and India playing a very one-sided match, the ante has been upped since then.
South Africa showed up in their familiar "we don't know why the hell we're panicking" outfits, Stuart Broad got into trouble, Australia got hammered and the West Indies looked like they don't care. New Zealand lead Group 1 with two points and superior net-run rate to Sri Lanka and India are to of Group 2 with four points after two wins out of two.
With a full weekend's matches to catch up on, here are five talking points from some of the first Super Tens games from the weekend.
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