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World Cup 2019 | Attacking Chahal, Kuldeep changed game: Morgan

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World Cup 2019 | Attacking Chahal, Kuldeep changed game: Morgan

World Cup 2019 | Attacking Chahal, Kuldeep changed game: Morgan

England openers Jonny Bairstow and Jason Roy might have started cautiously, putting on 47 runs from the first powerplay, but they hit 97 from the next 10 as the likes of Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav looked clueless and England skipper Eoin Morgan believes that changed the game for the hosts.

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