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ICC Champions Trophy 2017
And that's that: Pakistan win by eight wickets with nearly thirteen overs to spare, England absolutely hammered. This side has played some great cricket over the last two years, but today they just didn't show up. Credit to Pakistan, they played a blinder with both bat and ball from the off.
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Morgan wants us now to plea one day knock out Cup to get us better experience at one day knock out games. We are going full circle
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India cruising to final 259-1 needing 6 to win with billions of balls to face
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India wrap it up comfortably with ten overs to spare. So it's an India-Pakistan rematch at the Oval on Sunday; with England out, that's the best final a neutral could hope for. Looking forward to it.
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Pakistan reach 338-4 off the fifty, India will have to set a new record chase in ODIs at the Oval to take the trophy. It's all set up for a barnstorming finish.
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Pakistan absolutely nailing it. Got Rohit Sharma LBW third ball of the innings, dropped Kohli at slip before catching him at point very next ball, and Shikhar Dhawan edged behind. India 47-3 off ten overs. Was hoping it would go down to the wire, but at this rate Pakistan will win at a canter.
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India now 152-6 off twenty-six. Game's basically gone, but all credit to him, Hardik Pandya's got 76 off forty-three balls and is trying to make the miracle happen all by himself.
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Well deserved win for Pakistan, Amir blowing at the top order. Top class
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Yep, all credit to Pakistan, no mean feat to smash India at any time, but especially after what happened in the first game. From 8th ranked to deserved champions in three weeks.

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