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Cricket World Cup: India's Rohit Sharma is caught by Pakistan's Wahab Riaz

BBC News Sunday, 16 June 2019
Cricket World Cup: India's Rohit Sharma is caught by Pakistan's Wahab RiazRohit Sharma is furious as he is caught by Wahab Riaz in India's Cricket World Cup match against Pakistan at Old Trafford.
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News video: India v Pakistan: Cricket fans welcome their teams to Old Trafford

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Pakistan fans take to horses and buses to welcome their team to Old Trafford for the highly-anticipated ICC World Cup match between India and Pakistan,.

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