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Cricket World Cup highlights: South Africa beat Afghanistan for first win

BBC Sport Saturday, 15 June 2019
Cricket World Cup highlights: South Africa beat Afghanistan for first winWatch highlights as South Africa revive their World Cup hopes with a nine-wicket victory over Afghanistan in Cardiff.
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News video: Morgan's record-breaking six-fest helps England crush Afghanistan

Morgan's record-breaking six-fest helps England crush Afghanistan 01:03

England captain Eoin Morgan says he never thought he could play an innings like the one which devastated Afghanistan.

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