If the defending champions beat Pakistan today, then they will become the No. 1 ODI team by knocking South Africa off the top spot, reports the Guardian.
"What we've produced after that doesn't come as any surprise, because that's how we trained, and that's what we worked at", Arthur told reporters at The Oval on Saturday.
Virat Kohli has almost 16 million followers on micro-blogging site "Twitter" but the Indian captain considers it as a distraction before a big match like ICC Champions Trophy final against Pakistan tomorrow.
In an exclusive interview to geo.tv, the Pakistan head coach said: "It is important that we play to our strengths, we gave too many chances to India in the earlier game".
"No one is a victor beforehand, and you can't predict anything in this game. We came here very, very firmly of the opinion that we wanted to come here and win it and that has been our chat all the time", he said. "They've been really special in the way that they've bought into the concept that we wanted them to buy into and the brand of cricket, and they've done exceptionally well at that". "We've never spoken of the semifinal in any different way", the Indian skipper said.
The experienced Kohli stressed the high degree of pressure for matches like this is part-and-parcel of playing for cricket's most populous country.
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De Villiers also wrote that Kohli has mellowed down the years and the anger that sometimes surfaced has been replaced by a more jocular personality.
"I want to achieve that goal", added Hasan, whose 20 career ODIs have yielded a haul of 39 wickets at an average of 23.92 - impressive figures in a form of the game where the odds are often all in favour of batsmen making big scores. "The other thing I said was that the facilitators of the win can not be named; however I said nothing about match-fixing or any other foul play - my statement was misunderstood".
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