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2019 Cricket World Cup: Black Caps stun India with epic performance to make Cricket World Cup final

New Zealand Herald Wednesday, 10 July 2019 ()
2019 Cricket World Cup: Black Caps stun India with epic performance to make Cricket World Cup finalBy Niall Anderson in Manchester Matt Henry screamed in elation, veins bulging out of his neck. Trent Boult pumped his fist, barely able to control his flailing limbs. Jimmy Neesham ran around aimlessly, stunned at his own brilliance....
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News video: World Cup 2019: Bollywood reacts to India's loss against NZ in semi-final

World Cup 2019: Bollywood reacts to India's loss against NZ in semi-final 01:16

Team India's World Cup campaign came to an end as New Zealand stun Virat and Co to reach the final. Bollywood celebs took to Twitter to express their disappointment after India missed chance to lift the trophy.

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