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Cricket World Cup: Windies' Sheldon Cottrell takes four wickets, two catches and a run out against New Zealand

BBC News Saturday, 22 June 2019
Cricket World Cup: Windies' Sheldon Cottrell takes four wickets, two catches and a run out against New ZealandSheldon Cottrell takes four wickets, two catches and a run out for West Indies against New Zealand - but still ends up on the losing side after a World Cup thriller at Old Trafford.
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