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2014 World Cup Trophy Tour: LIVE!
Hello and welcome to Goal's coverage of the World Cup trophy tour as it passes through India and is now stationed in the City of Joy.
2:18 PM IST
Thats all for the day as we wrap it up. This was Kaustav Bera and Atanu Mitra bringing it to you live. 
2:15 PM IST
Sachin Tendulkar on being asked whether there was something like this (Fifa World Cup Trophy) that he wanted to hold but could not.

"It's incredible just to be in front of the trophy. Something I wanted to hold I already have hold so it does not matter to me."
2:10 PM IST
Anyone in Kolkata, be there at the Police Ground tomorrow between 9 AM - 9 PM where the trophy will be shown!
2:10 PM IST
Kushal Das and Sourav Ganguly are handed a trophy replica by the Coca Cola executive now for their participation in this Trophy Tour.
2:05 PM IST
Madan Mitra, Sports Minister of West Bengal

"There are two World Cups. One is here and the other is Sachin Tendulkar and his Bharat Ratna. I also thank Roberto Carlos(?!!!)"

How could we have something without a faux pas!! 
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