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List of five wicket takers in a Cricket World Cup 2019 match till West Indies vs India tie

Zee News Friday, 12 July 2019 ()
Mohammed Shami seemed likely to become the sixth bowler to pick a five-wicket haul in the ICC Cricket World Cup, after Jason Behendroff but finished with four wickets in an excellent spell.
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