He flew in as a last-minute replacement for the hamstrung Andre
Fletcher, and if he thought that was a lucky break, Lendl Simmons had
another think coming. He was caught twice off a no-ball. Then a boundary
catch turned out to be a six. Between all that fortune, however, was a
lot of skill. Simmons's 51-ball 82 -- studded with seven fours and five
sixes -- formed the backbone of the innings after he came in at 19 for
two, and he was still there when West Indies made their second WT20
final against India.