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Cricket World Cup: England's Eoin Morgan dismissed by New Zealand's Jimmy Neesham in final

BBC News Sunday, 14 July 2019
England captain Eoin Morgan is dismissed by a fine low diving catch by New Zealand's Lockie Ferguson as the hosts chase 242 to win the World Cup final at Lord's.
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