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2019 Cricket World Cup: English fans fork out thousands as World Cup final ticket prices skyrocket

New Zealand Herald Thursday, 11 July 2019 ()
2019 Cricket World Cup: English fans fork out thousands as World Cup final ticket prices skyrocketEngland cricket fans will be forced to shell out thousands of pounds to see their heroes in action at the Cricket World Cup final at Lord's on Sunday.New Zealand sealed their place in the final by beating India at Old Trafford earlier...
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News video: England cricket fans go wild in Trafalgar Square as England win the Cricket World Cup

England cricket fans go wild in Trafalgar Square as England win the Cricket World Cup 00:44

Hordes of fans in London's Trafalgar Square celebrate the moment England win the cricket world cup against New Zealand in a nail-biting final at Lord's.

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