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World Cup 2019: Where's the taste? asks Ian Chappell

Mid-Day Sunday, 23 June 2019
World Cup 2019: Where's the taste? asks Ian ChappellA World Cup that started out showing promise of being the most open, suddenly appeared to be a closed shop when Bangladesh were submerged by Australia's batting avalanche.

However a Sri Lankan side, beset by a batting unit that featured a spluttering engine and splattering rain drops that favoured their venues, breathed life...
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World Cup 2019 IND VS AFG : Mohammed Shami, Yuzvendra Chahal reacts over India's Win | Oneindia News 05:21

Amid Of World Cup 2019, Mohammed Shami and Yuzvendra Chahal reacted over Team India's Win Against Afghanistan. Afghanistan, who had never beaten India and whose only previous world Cup win against Scotland in 2015, gamely worked their ways towards victory but were heavily reliant over a middle order...

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