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IND vs PAK, World Cup 2019: 'Things can go haywire if you focus on this game with too much emotion', says Virat Kohli

DNA Monday, 17 June 2019
India continued to maintain their winning streak at the World Cup as they defeated Pakistan for the seventh time by 89 runs (DLS). India registered their 3rd win of the tournament.
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