Eoin Morgan on eve of World Cup 2019 final: Not allowed myself to think about lifting the trophy
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Eoin Morgan on eve of World Cup 2019 final: Not allowed myself to think about lifting the trophy

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Chris Gayle posts photo with Vijay Mallya, fans say: Courier him to India
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Chris Gayle posts photo with Vijay Mallya, fans say: Courier him to India

Article source: https://www.indiatoday.in/sports/cricket/story/chris-gayle-vijay-mallya-meet-twitter-photo-formula-one-1568493-2019-07-13?utm_source=rss

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It was the best match I’ve ever played: Simona Halep after maiden Wimbledon win
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It was the best match I’ve ever played: Simona Halep after maiden Wimbledon win

Simona Halep joined the list of tennis royalty at Wimbledon on Saturday, then got a bit star struck at meeting the real thing. Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge,…

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Simona Halep downs Serena Williams in one-sided final for maiden Wimbledon title
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Simona Halep downs Serena Williams in one-sided final for maiden Wimbledon title

Simona Halep was not focused on trying to prevent Serena Williams from winning a 24th Grand Slam title. All Halep cared about was winning Wimbledon for the first…

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Breed of the dog doesn’t matter: Kane Williamson on underdog tag for World Cup 2019 final
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Breed of the dog doesn’t matter: Kane Williamson on underdog tag for World Cup 2019 final

New Zealand have belied all expectations by reaching the World Cup 2019 final where they will face England at Lord’s on July 14. As is almost always the…

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From Shakib Al Hasan’s consistency to Rashid Khan’s flop googly: The hits and misses of World Cup 2019
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From Shakib Al Hasan’s consistency to Rashid Khan’s flop googly: The hits and misses of World Cup 2019

The World Cup extravaganza is almost over. On July 14, at Lord’s, England and New Zealand will be locking horns in the final as the game is going…

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Eoin Morgan-led England one of the best one-day teams: Steve Waugh
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Eoin Morgan-led England one of the best one-day teams: Steve Waugh

Eoin Morgan’s England ODI team are already one of the best of any era, says former Australian captain Steve Waugh. But to go down in history, they need…

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This day that year: Sourav Ganguly takes off shirt at Lord’s balcony after India win thrilling NetWest final
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This day that year: Sourav Ganguly takes off shirt at Lord’s balcony after India win thrilling NetWest final

Sachin Tendulkar tries to give himself a lot of width and smash one through the covers. Instead, he gets castled by left-arm spinner Ashley Giles. India are reduced…

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It’s going to go down as one of my favourite matches: Roger Federer on Wimbledon win over Rafael Nadal
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It’s going to go down as one of my favourite matches: Roger Federer on Wimbledon win over Rafael Nadal

There was no rain break, no twilight five-set drama and no Wimbledon trophy on offer on Friday but none of that bothered ageless Swiss maestro Roger Federer. The…

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Always feared England would produce their best on the biggest stage: Allan Border
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Always feared England would produce their best on the biggest stage: Allan Border

Former Australia skipper Allan Border said he always feared that England would produce their best on the biggest stage and they did exactly that against the Aussies in…

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