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World Cup 2019 | India, New Zealand share spoils after another washout

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World Cup 2019 | India, New Zealand share spoils after another washout

World Cup 2019 | India, New Zealand share spoils after another washout

Not a single ball was bowled, as for the fourth time in this World Cup, a match was abandoned with India and New Zealand sharing the spoils in Nottingham on Thursday.

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