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SINGAPORE - JULY 29: Patrick Murphy, CEO Catalyst Media Group and Minister S.Iswaran poses during the International Champions Cup match between FC Internazionale and Chelsea FC at National Stadium on July 29, 2017 in Singapore. (Photo by Thananuwat Srirasant/Getty Images for ICC)

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