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Cricket World Cup final: England's Chris Woakes removes New Zealand's Martin Guptill

BBC News Sunday, 14 July 2019 ()
England's Chris Woakes traps New Zealand opener Martin Guptill lbw to give the hosts an early breakthrough in the World Cup final at Lord's.
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News video: Ben Stokes: I told myself not to try and be a hero

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Ben Stokes discusses his thought process during the final overs of the men's Cricket World Cup final. England beat New Zealand in a nail-biting final that ended in a super over.

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