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London [UK], June 3 (ANI): Heart-warming tribute was paid to late Australian leg-spinner Shane Warne during the first Test between England and New Zealand at Lords on Thursday.
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London, June 2: The first Test between England and New Zealand (England vs New Zealand 1st Test) is being played at the historic Lord's ground. On the first day of the match, a unique tribute was paid to Australian leg-spinner Shane Warne.
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Fans, players and coaches inside Lord's rose as one to salute the great Shane Warne with 23 seconds of applause during England's Test match against New Zealand. Warne wore the number 23 as a player.
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ENG vs NZ 1st Test Day 4 Live Updates: Follow here live score and commentary from the fourth day of the first Test between England and New Zealand being played at the Lord's.
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There was hardly a dry eye at Lord's on day one of the first Test between England and New Zealand as play stopped to allow players and spectators to pay tribute to Shane Warne. Michael Randall. less than 2 min read. June 2, 2022 - 11:24PM.
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England (ENG)vs New Zealand (NZ), 1st Test, Day 1, Live Score and Updates from Lord's Cricket Ground: Ben Stokes' England will be hoping to start their new era against World Test Champions New Zealand.
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