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ICC World Cup 2019 final: New Zealand vs England--Statistical Highlights

Zee News Sunday, 14 July 2019
England emerged victorious in their first final of the Cricket World Cup having been a part of four such finals so far. New Zealand, on the other hand, recorded their second defeat in as many Cricket World Cup finals. 
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News video: England cricket fans react after they reach the World Cup final

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England fans outside Edgbaston react as their side beat Australia to reach Sunday's Cricket World Cup final against New Zealand.

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