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England win Cricket World Cup in Super Over after incredible tie

Reuters Sunday, 14 July 2019
England won the Cricket World Cup for the first time after New Zealand matched their 15 in a Super Over but lost on fewer boundaries scored in the match after an extraordinary final at Lord's was tied on Sunday.
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News video: England win the Cricket World Cup: Reaction from outside Lord's

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Cricket fans outside Lord's react to England's thrilling Super Over victory in the Cricket World Cup final. The match finished a tie after 50 overs, as Eoin Morgan's men managed to drag themselves over the line for victory.

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