A wild Indian side thoroughly beat Sri Lanka by 7 wickets at Leeds while Australia were brought somewhere around South Africa. These outcomes implied that Kohli and group turned into the number 1 side after the association arrange and thus, will presently take in Kane Williamson's New Zealand in the semi-finals at Manchester. New Zealand are in the World Cup semis for the eighth time while India will include in their seventh World Cup semi-last. 

There is, in any case, an intriguing subplot to this game. Both Kohli and Williamson were chiefs of their particular sides during the Under-19 World Cup in 2008 when they conflicted in the semi-last. 

Likewise, present in the groups were Ravindra Jadeja, Trent Boult and Tim Southee. India proceeded to win the match by 3 wickets. Chief Kohli put in an inside and out execution as he even got the wicket of Kane Williamson. 

The two heads have made some amazing progress since that match and are currently the chiefs of their national groups in a World Cup. They are likewise the best batsmen of their individual sides and exit to bat at the number 3 position. 

"The resistance has never made a difference. We don't concentrate on what the restriction brings to the table. On the off chance that we don't play well anybody can beat us and on the off chance that we play well we can beat anybody. The center must be inside and we are certain of our ranges of abilities. We simply need to go out there in the elimination round and express our aptitudes and qualities as a group. So paying little respect to who we will play, we need to play great cricket and get the outcome our way," Kohli said after the success against Sri Lanka.

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