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World Cup 2019: India beat Pakistan by 89 runs in most-watched contest

Mid-Day Monday, 17 June 2019
*Manchester:* The Indian team gave a capital performance to outplay arch-rivals Pakistan in the much-awaited World Cup game at Old Trafford. India won by 89 runs via Duckworth-Lewis System. Pakistan ended the game at 212-6 in 40 overs after being set a revised target of 302 in 40 overs. Earlier, India had to overcome not only...
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