CT: England beat New Zealand

Updated On Jun 17, 2013 01:52 AM IST
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Tim Bresnan celebrates after dismissing New Zealand's Ross Taylor (R) during the ICC Champions Trophy group A match at Cardiff Wales Stadium in Wales. Reuters View Photos in a new improved layout
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Tim Bresnan celebrates after dismissing New Zealand's Ross Taylor (R) during the ICC Champions Trophy group A match at Cardiff Wales Stadium in Wales. Reuters

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Mitchell McClenaghan celebrates after claiming the wicket of England's Joe Root during the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy cricket match between England and New Zealand at the Cardiff Wales Stadium in Cardiff, south Wales. AFP Photo View Photos in a new improved layout
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Mitchell McClenaghan celebrates after claiming the wicket of England's Joe Root during the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy cricket match between England and New Zealand at the Cardiff Wales Stadium in Cardiff, south Wales. AFP Photo

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England captain Alistair Cook bats during the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy cricket match between England and New Zealand at the Cardiff Wales Stadium in Cardiff, south Wales. AFP Photo View Photos in a new improved layout
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England captain Alistair Cook bats during the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy cricket match between England and New Zealand at the Cardiff Wales Stadium in Cardiff, south Wales. AFP Photo

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Jonathan Trott (C) leaves the field after getting out to the bowling of New Zealand's Kyle Mills (R) during the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy cricket match between England and New Zealand at the Cardiff Wales Stadium in Cardiff, south Wales. AFP Photo View Photos in a new improved layout
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Jonathan Trott (C) leaves the field after getting out to the bowling of New Zealand's Kyle Mills (R) during the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy cricket match between England and New Zealand at the Cardiff Wales Stadium in Cardiff, south Wales. AFP Photo

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Ian Bell bats during the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy cricket match between England and New Zealand at the Cardiff Wales Stadium in Cardiff, south Wales. AFP Photo View Photos in a new improved layout
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Ian Bell bats during the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy cricket match between England and New Zealand at the Cardiff Wales Stadium in Cardiff, south Wales. AFP Photo

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Rain delays the start of England vs New Zealand ICC Champions trophy cricket match, at the SWALEC Stadium, Cardiff, Wales. AP Photo View Photos in a new improved layout
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Rain delays the start of England vs New Zealand ICC Champions trophy cricket match, at the SWALEC Stadium, Cardiff, Wales. AP Photo

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James Anderson (R) celebrates with teammate Stuart Broad after dismissing New Zealand's Martin Guptill during the ICC Champions Trophy group A match at Cardiff Wales Stadium in Wales. Reuters View Photos in a new improved layout
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James Anderson (R) celebrates with teammate Stuart Broad after dismissing New Zealand's Martin Guptill during the ICC Champions Trophy group A match at Cardiff Wales Stadium in Wales. Reuters

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Nathan McCullum bats during the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy cricket match between England and New Zealand at the Cardiff Wales Stadium in Cardiff, south Wales. AFP Photo View Photos in a new improved layout
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Nathan McCullum bats during the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy cricket match between England and New Zealand at the Cardiff Wales Stadium in Cardiff, south Wales. AFP Photo

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Eoin Morgan (R) celebrates after catching New Zealand's James Franklin during the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy cricket match between England and New Zealand at the Cardiff Wales Stadium in Cardiff, south Wales. AFP Photo View Photos in a new improved layout
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Eoin Morgan (R) celebrates after catching New Zealand's James Franklin during the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy cricket match between England and New Zealand at the Cardiff Wales Stadium in Cardiff, south Wales. AFP Photo

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