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Cricket World Cup: 'Magnificent fielding, even as his trousers came off'

BBC News Wednesday, 12 June 2019
Cricket World Cup: 'Magnificent fielding, even as his trousers came off'Australia's Pat Cummins stops a boundary and nearly loses his trousers in the process during their World Cup fixture against Pakistan in Taunton.
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Rain could "play a huge part" in Australia vs Pakistan match - Finch 00:44

Australia and Pakistan cricket captains contemplate another possible washout ahead of their Cricket World Cup match in Taunton, England.

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