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Rohit's 140 helps India thrash Pakistan in World Cup

BBC News Sunday, 16 June 2019
Rohit's 140 helps India thrash Pakistan in World CupRohit Sharma hits his second century of the World Cup as India thrash Pakistan by 86 runs in Manchester.
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