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David Warner: Man of the Match in Australia vs Pakistan ICC World Cup clash

Zee News Wednesday, 12 June 2019 ()
Warner continued to attack following Finch's dismissal for 82, recording his 15th ODI hundred off 102 deliveries in an innings comprising of 11 boundaries and a six. 
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News video: World Cup 2019 |Dhawan, Kohli propel India to massive 352/5 against Australia

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Shikhar Dhawan continued his love affair with ICC tournaments, as he cracked a hundred to lead India's superlative batting show and help the team post a mammoth 352/5 in 50 overs against Australia in a marquee World Cup clash at the Kennington Oval here on Sunday.

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