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AUS vs ENG: 2019 Cricket World Cup | The first 10 overs changed the game, says Finch

Hindu Friday, 12 July 2019 ()
Australia failed to defend a modest 223 after opting to bat as England romped home with 107 balls to spare.
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News video: Cricket Fans Go Wild in Trafalgar Square as England Win World Cup

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