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WATCH: On this day in 2002, India won NatWest series in a nail-biting final as Sourav Ganguly waived shirt in Lord's balcony

Zee News Thursday, 13 July 2017 ()
Ganguly's shirt waiving was triggered by Andrew Flintoff who waved his jersey after winning an ODI for England at Wankhede Sadium few months prior to Natwest final.
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