Brilliant Bowling! | Kate Cross Takes 4 Wickets At Lord’s Against India | England v India

Brilliant bowling! | kate cross takes 4 wickets at lord's against india | england v india

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Watch every ball of Kate Cross’ sensational spell against India at the Home Of Cricket.

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