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Cricket World Cup: Australia's Marcus Stoinis run out against England after a mix-up with Steve Smith

BBC News Tuesday, 25 June 2019
Cricket World Cup: Australia's Marcus Stoinis run out against England after a mix-up with Steve SmithAustralia's Marcus Stoinis is run out after a mix-up with teammate Steve Smith, leaving both batsmen at the same end in their World Cup match against England.
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