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Cricket World Cup: Australia's David Warner is caught by Joe Root for England's first wicket

BBC News Tuesday, 25 June 2019
Cricket World Cup: Australia's David Warner is caught by Joe Root for England's first wicketDavid Warner hits a thick edge straight into the hands of England captain Joe Root for the first wicket in their match against Australia at Lord's in the Cricket World Cup.
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