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Prime Minister May hosts England's World Cup winners

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Prime Minister May hosts England's World Cup winners

Prime Minister May hosts England's World Cup winners

British Prime Minster Theresa May gave England's World Cup winning team a reception in 10 Downing Street on Monday.

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Prime Minister May hosts England's World Cup winners

England beat New Zealand at Lord's on Sunday (July 14) in a thrilling match described as one of the best One Day Internationals of all time by those watching it.

Eoin Morgan's team eventually won on a boundary count-back after the scores were level after both 50 overs and a super over decider.

May, soon to be replaced by either Jeremy Hunt or Boris Johnson, posed for photographs outside the famous front door with Morgan and the players the day after they won the final at Lords.



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