Eoin Morgan, Jos Buttler and other England players meet Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May after winning World Cup

Here are the best photos as England players met Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May after winning the Cricket World Cup by beating New Zealand in a thriller.

FirstCricket Staff July 16, 2019 13:26:20 IST
Eoin Morgan, Jos Buttler and other England players meet Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May after winning World Cup
Eoin Morgan Jos Buttler and other England players meet Britains Prime Minister Theresa May after winning World Cup

Players of England's Cricket World Cup-winning team post for a picture with Great Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May at 10 Downing Street, London. Here, England captain Eoin Morgan and Theresa May are holding aloft the trophy. Reuters

Eoin Morgan Jos Buttler and other England players meet Britains Prime Minister Theresa May after winning World Cup

England skipper Eoin Morgan shakes hands with Theresa May. Reuters

Eoin Morgan Jos Buttler and other England players meet Britains Prime Minister Theresa May after winning World Cup

Theresa May, Jos Buttler and Moeen Ali are all smiles in this picture. Reuters

Eoin Morgan Jos Buttler and other England players meet Britains Prime Minister Theresa May after winning World Cup

England's Joe Root poses for a picture with the World Cup trophy at The Oval in London on Monday. Reuters

Eoin Morgan Jos Buttler and other England players meet Britains Prime Minister Theresa May after winning World Cup

England's Jofra Archer and Joe Root take a look at the World Cup trophy. While Archer impressed by taking 20 wickets in the tournament, Root aggregated 556 runs in their successful campaign. AP

 

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