Telegraph – Calcutta, India – Against Pakistan, India have never lost in the 50-over World Cup, and for Kohli, it’s all about ‘having a game plan and executing it’
The game versus New Zealand being no result thanks to rain yet again, most of the talking is now about India’s next game, which is against Pakistan in Manchester on Sunday.

Summary

  • Against Pakistan, India have never lost in the 50-over World Cup, and for Kohli, it’s all about ‘having a game plan and executing it’The game versus New Zealand being no result thanks to rain yet again, most of the talking is now about India’s next game, which is against Pakistan in Manchester on Sunday.
  • Against Pakistan, India have never lost in the 50-over World Cup, and for captain Virat Kohli, it’s all about “having a game plan and executing it.”
  • India will be missing Shikhar Dhawan in Sunday’s marquee game, but Kohli is optimistic of the left-handed batsman’s availability from the latter half of the league stage of the competition.
  • Kohli, though, feels it was a sensible decision to abandon the game, as the outfield wasn’t good enough, while the team cannot risk any injury as well at this stage”It was disappointing not to get any game time at all.
  • A couple of practice sessions and we should be fine…

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