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England v Afghanistan: Eoin Morgan hits record 17 sixes in World Cup win

BBC News Tuesday, 18 June 2019
England v Afghanistan: Eoin Morgan hits record 17 sixes in World Cup winWatch Eoin Morgan break the record for the number of sixes in a one-day international in England's 150-run World Cup win over Afghanistan.
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