India Beat Bangladesh By Nine Wickets In ICC Champions Trophy

Posted June 17, 2017

Sounds Like India Team and Pakistani Team has battling on Sunday at CT17 for presenting a lovely Fathers Day Promise to bring Home.

India's Test ace Cheteshwar Pujara, who is now in England playing for Nottinghamshire in English County, said: "Fantastic win!" Bowlers bowl good balls and sometimes you can't score runs.

Asked if India made a statement to their bitter rivals with the nine-wicket triumph over Bangladesh last night, Kohli dismissed the suggestion.

"Since I've been in the team I have spent a lot of time with MS and I tried to learn as much as I can from him and he provides me with all the knowledge that he has".

"For me the number of runs do not matter at this stage".

"I am really impressed to see that Sarfraz has turned out to be such a bold captain", Imran said. "I had that confidence in my bowling that if a batsman tries to go for big shots, he will find it hard because of my variations in pace", he explained. He scored a duck against New Zealand but returned to his brilliant self against India in the semifinal with 70.

Virat said that when Hardik Pandya was leaking runs, Dhoni advised him that the regulars needed rest.

"He doesn't bowl much in the nets, but he's a smart cricketer".

Dhoni's attempt to hit the stumps with a flick of the hand resulted in his glove coming off with the ball making contact with it as it lay on the ground, which is a breach of the laws of the game.

Team India has been proving again and again that they are the best cricket team in the world. There are no Akmals in the side either so there is already no help from the fielders in terms of dropped catches and Pakistani bowling never helps India anyway.

While looking at the bowling stats of Pakistan during the semi-final match against England, I noticed that bowlers of less prominence who are by no means big names in global cricket finished with impressive figures.

For all that India's margin of victory was greater, Pakistan's last-four success was arguably even more impressive given they bowled England out for just 211.

"The India team relies on Virat Kohli and he will be under pressure because it's his first big tournament final as a captain. We didn't expect to win by nine wickets, but that's the quality of our top order", Kohli said at the post- match press conference.

"They've beaten sides that looked really strong against them". So, on a personal note, I intend to define Pakistan's victory againstEngland in the semi-final as its sheer determination and aggression.

"Hopefully our two openers can give us a solid base in the final", Kohli told Sky Sports. Bangladesh were effective with the bat, posting 264 runs from their 50 overs, but India's response was outstanding.

"Kedar's spell was the difference in the game for us when we were bowling".

Earlier, Bhuvneshwar Kumar removed Soumya Sarkar (0) in the sixth ball of Bangladesh's innings and Sabbir Rahman (19) at the end of the seventh over, before Tamim and Mushfiqur led a recovery.