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Cricket World Cup final: England ace Ben Stokes’ father wants New Zealand to WIN at Lord's

Daily Star Sunday, 14 July 2019
Cricket World Cup final: England ace Ben Stokes’ father wants New Zealand to WIN at Lord'sENGLAND might be in the Cricket World Cup final today, but Ben Stokes’ Dad is hoping New Zealand triumph at Lord's.
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News video: England captures first Cricket World Cup win

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England fans were ecstatic after their cricket team beat New Zealand in an dramatic match that may go down as one of the most nail-biting in the sport&apos;s history. The team ended their 44-year wait for a 50-overs World Cup title by a tiebreaker. Julian Satterthwaite reports.

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