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South Africa beat Afghanistan by nine wickets for first World Cup win

BBC News Saturday, 15 June 2019
South Africa beat Afghanistan by nine wickets for first World Cup winImran Tahir takes 4-29 as South Africa win their first match at the World Cup with a nine-wicket victory over Afghanistan in Cardiff.
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