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World Cup 2019 final: Cricket fans cheer England & New Zealand at Lord's

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World Cup 2019 final: Cricket fans cheer England & New Zealand at Lord's

World Cup 2019 final: Cricket fans cheer England & New Zealand at Lord's

Cricket fans on Sunday gathered at the Lord's Stadium as England and New Zealand lock horns in the world cup 2019 final.

Pre-tournament favourites England beat Australia to reach finals while New Zealand stunned India to knock them out of the semifin

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