Done with the tough part of making it through the league phase, Indian captain Virat Kohli says opposition hardly matters in the Champions Trophy semi-final and final even though an India-England final is what everybody seems to want.
The Indian cricket captain was joined by some of his teammates, including former captain MS Dhoni, and coach bowler Anil Kumble at a special reception at the Lord’s Cricket Ground last evening.
The event was hosted by the Indian High Commission to mark the UK-India Year of Culture.
“It would not have mattered who we were playing in the semis. The league phase is the toughest. We have an opportunity to win one game and enter the finals. Everyone wants to see an India-England final. If both teams play wel...
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