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England, the Birthplace of Cricket, Captures Cricket World Cup

NYTimes.com Sunday, 14 July 2019
In a closely-contested match with New Zealand that required the first Super Over in tournament history, England finally won its first title.
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News video: Theresa May meets England cricket team after World Cup win

Theresa May meets England cricket team after World Cup win 00:35

Prime Minister Theresa May with England cricket captain Eoin Morgan and members of the team with the trophy outside Downing Street, ahead of a reception to celebrate England's victory in the ICC World Cup.

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