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Cricket World Cup: Rohit Sharma reaches 50 for India against Pakistan

BBC News Sunday, 16 June 2019
Cricket World Cup: Rohit Sharma reaches 50 for India against PakistanRohit Sharma reaches his third 50 of the tournament in style with a six and a four as India take on Pakistan in the Cricket World Cup at Old Trafford.
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News video: Rohit Sharma: India are 'heading in the right direction' after victory over Pakistan

Rohit Sharma: India are 'heading in the right direction' after victory over Pakistan 00:47

India's Rohit Sharma talks to the press after his team's 89-run rain-affected victory over Pakistan in the Cricket World Cup in Manchester.

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