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NZ laugh their lungs out as Ian Bell searches for an alien demon in the pitch. (Irfan Patel, Botswana)

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That's out. No edge-aggeration! (Abhineet Mishra, India)

Bell in dismay prior to Prior's bell. (Sreyas, India)

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