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The best celebratory moments of England’s win in the World Cup Final

The joy and happiness on the faces of English players and fans tell you the story, and what an incredible win it was, decided by the most number of boundaries.

The first world cup was played in 1975 in England and England finally wins the World Cup title in 2019, after 44 years of its start. The World Cup final 2019 is regarded as the best ODI game ever and we all believe it.

The joy and happiness on the faces of English players and fans tell you the story, and what an incredible win it was, decided by the most number of boundaries.

The moment was captured by broadcasters’ cameras and fans all over the world. Here are some of the moments of cricketers, commentators, and fans celebrating after England won the World Cup.

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The last ball of the Super Six in the World Cup Final

The victory from a different angle

Inside the Commentary box of BBC

The famous fan club of English cricket, The Barmy Army

Fans celebrate together watching it on a big screen at Trafalgar Square

The other angle of the Trafalgar square

English fans celebrating at home

English fans celebrating in a bar 

England will play arch-rivals Australia for Ashes series at home starting from August 1.

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