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Cricket World Cup: Australia's David Warner floored by ball to the groin

BBC News Thursday, 20 June 2019
Cricket World Cup: Australia's David Warner floored by ball to the groinDavid Warner goes down in a heap after taking Rubel Hossain's delivery square in the groin during Australia's World Cup match against Bangladesh at Trent Bridge.
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