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I am sure it will be a well-contested final: Kohli

 London, June 17: Indian captain Virat Kohli on Sunday said the final of the ICC Champions Trophy is expected to be a 'well-contested' game.

 

"We are neither intimidated nor are we too arrogant," Kohli said in a press conference ahead of Sunday's clash.

 

India defeated Pakistan mostly in major ICC tournament matches so far in the history of the game.

 

In their opening group stage matches earlier in the tournament, India had defeated Pakistan.

  

"I am sure it will be a well-contested final," he said.

 

India defeated Bangladesh in the semi-final to reach the final.

 

Pakistan, despite being defeated in the first match, made a significant turnaround and defeated South Africa, Sri Lanka and then England in the semi-finals to make their place cemented in the final of the ICC tournament.

 

India are the current defending champions.

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