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England v New Zealand: Eoin Morgan tells players to 'stay in the moment'

BBC News Tuesday, 2 July 2019
England must "stay in the moment" to beat New Zealand and seal a place in the World Cup semi-finals, according to captain Eoin Morgan.
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England’s Eoin Morgan says his team are playing some of their best cricket as they make the semi-finals of the World Cup after 27 years.

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