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2019 Cricket World Cup: How the Black Caps turned around their World Cup losing streak

New Zealand Herald Thursday, 11 July 2019 ()
2019 Cricket World Cup: How the Black Caps turned around their World Cup losing streakBy Niall Anderson in Manchester They weren't quite written off, but the Black Caps sure were significant underdogs going into their Cricket World Cup semifinal against India – and rightly so.The Black Caps came into the semifinal...
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