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Cricket World Cup: Bangladesh's Tamim Iqbal run out by West Indies' Sheldon Cottrell

BBC Sport Monday, 17 June 2019
Cricket World Cup: Bangladesh's Tamim Iqbal run out by West Indies' Sheldon CottrellTamim Iqbal run out by a 'brilliant piece of fielding' from Sheldon Cottrell in West Indies' World Cup match against Bangladesh at Taunton.
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