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Pakistan cricket captain Sarfraz Ahmed mobbed by delighted fans

By Reuters
21 June 2017   |   5:12 am
Sarfraz Ahmed, who led Pakistan's cricket team to victory over India in the Champions Trophy final, shows off the trophy to fans outside his house.

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