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World Cup 2019 | Finch rubbishes Zampa ball-tampering claims

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World Cup 2019 | Finch rubbishes Zampa ball-tampering claims

World Cup 2019 | Finch rubbishes Zampa ball-tampering claims

During Australia's World Cup fixture against India, leg-spinner Adam Zampa was seen putting his hands inside his pocket and then rubbing the ball at The Oval in London, thus raising a few eyebrows and leaving people speculating about ball-tampering.

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