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Cricket World Cup: MS Dhoni run out by Martin Guptill

BBC News Wednesday, 10 July 2019
MS Dhoni is run out by Martin Guptill in what could be his final international match for India in the Cricket World Cup semi-final against New Zealand at Old Trafford.
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