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ICC Champions Trophy 2017: Everyone wants to see an India-England final, says Virat Kohli

Naming the group period of the competition as the hardest, India commander Virat Kohli has said that it doesn't make a difference their identity confronting in the semi-last and last of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017. He additionally said that everybody needs to see an India-England last. 

India are in the semi-last with Pakistan, Bangladesh and England. India will go up against Bangladesh in the second semi-last while Pakistan and England will fight it out for the second spot in the last. 

"It would not have mattered our identity playing in the semis. The group stage is the hardest. We have a chance to win one amusement and enter the finals. Everybody needs to see an India-England last. In the event that both groups play well, individuals may get what they need to see," he said. 

The Indian skipper said that he would wouldn't fret confronting any group in the last and said they would be glad achieving the last. Communicating his satisfaction about the sunny climate in England, Kohli said there is no better place to play on the off chance that it is sunny in England. 

"Anybody. We would simply be glad to be in the finals. On the off chance that there is a sunny day in England, there is no better place to play cricket. The white ball hasn't verifiably swung as much here. At the point when the mists comes in, the conditions turn into more troublesome," he said. "You need to regard the conditions here paying little mind to what score you are batting at. That is the lovely thing about playing here, it moves you as a batsman." 

The Indian group went to an uncommon gathering at the Lord's cricket ground. The occasion was facilitated by the Indian High Commission and was gone to by MS Dhoni, Anil Kumble Farookh Engineer, Dilip Doshi and previous England players Andrew Strauss and Monty Panesar.

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