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See how brands engage their audience for FIFA Women's World Cup
Sporting events are always a great opportunity for brands to take advantage of, so it comes as no surprise for brands to come up with innovative campaigns for an event like this one. Scroll on to see what brands had done in the past for the FIFA Women's World Cup.
Boult, Ferguson and Henry are set to return to ODIs for the first time since the Cricket World Cup 2019 final.— ICC (@ICC) March 3, 2020
FULL SQUAD 👇 https://t.co/R9ri7xtR8G
Which bowler delivered the most dot balls at ICC Men's Cricket World Cup 2019?— ICC (@ICC) September 15, 2020
A. Mitchell Starc
B. Jasprit Bumrah
C. Jofra Archer
D. Lockie Ferguson pic.twitter.com/K0UCJjHRYh
Hardik Pandya is set to play his first ODI since the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup 2019 semi-final.— ICC (@ICC) March 8, 2020
FULL SQUAD 👇 https://t.co/z8RGDGTonu
A devastating @AllBlacks attack in an action packed match-up with the @Springboks.— Rugby World Cup (@rugbyworldcup) July 16, 2020
Watch all the action from the Rugby World Cup 2019 Pool Stage encounter 🇳🇿🇿🇦
⏰ Friday, 19:00 BST
📺 Rugby World Cup Facebook / World Rugby YouTube pic.twitter.com/r5Tgx90ZPm
🇯🇵 One we’ll never forget 🏴— Rugby World Cup (@rugbyworldcup) April 9, 2020
Join us on Saturday to re-live this Rugby World Cup 2019 clash from Yokohama City.
⏰ 19:00 BST
📺 Rugby World Cup Facebook / World Rugby YouTube pic.twitter.com/s7T1I4yKV7
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