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World Cup 2019 | NZ struggle to 239/8 as India bowlers come to party

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World Cup 2019 | NZ struggle to 239/8 as India bowlers come to party

World Cup 2019 | NZ struggle to 239/8 as India bowlers come to party

Resuming on 211/5 on Wednesday, New Zealand finished on 239/8 in their 50 overs after rain interrupted play at 46.1 overs into their innings on Tuesday.

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