Cricket in Sweden: Afghan refugees boost player numbers

For the players, it is also a chance to break through social boundaries and speak their already-fluent Swedish.

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    Cricket is the fastest growing sport in Sweden.

    Its popularity is being driven by the arrival of migrants from across Asia.

    And as Al Jazeera's Paul Rhys reports from Malmo, the sport is helping refugees from Afghanistan integrate into their new home.


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