Despite not being at their best, India beat Pakistan by 124 runs to start their title defence
Like against Pakistan last week, when he walks out onto the biggest stage, his eyes shine with a certain insanity
Virat Kohli "enjoys" playing Pakistan and would not mind being part of more contests, but made it clear that he has no opinion or influence on the resumption of bilateral ties
A damp squib of a contest, but a fantastic day for an Indian fan in Birmingham
Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan's 136-run stand provided platform for late onslaught
Lack of match practice leading into the game wasn't a deterrent for Yuvraj Singh as his bruising half-century deflated the Pakistan attack
The Indian captain did not find the fluency with which he usually scores his runs, but he stayed the course and took his team through to a big finish
The version of Pakistan that showed up at Edgbaston to play India was the worst version that could have showed up
India captain Virat Kohli described Yuvraj Singh's 32-ball 53 as a game-changing innings in what eventually became a comfortable 124-run win over Pakistan at the 2017 Champions Trophy
Nippy bowling? Check. Big hits? Check. Ability to play the long innings? Check. He can do all that, and India believe he has the temperament to finish games too
This game had to be played. It had to be played to show that hate won't win. It had to be played as it offered another chance to build bridges rather than burn them
On the eve of India's first match of the Champions Trophy, Virat Kohli said he had blocked out the noise and was gearing up for Pakistan
"There are no issues whatsoever." That is the no-nonsense response of the India captain Virat Kohli to reports that he is at the centre of a rift with coach Anil Kumble
Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur stressed on the need for a team's captain and coach to be on the same page and said he enjoyed working with captain Sarfraz Ahmed
Matches between India and Pakistan used to be emotional, heated, and high-stakes contests for the players involved. Not so much anymore
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Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur was blunt in assessing his team's poor performance in a 124-run loss to India but said it would be unfair to pass judgment on them for one bad day
India and Pakistan have a storied rivalry, but recent contests in global tournaments have been one-sided in India's favour. Will the latest chapter in the tale be a gripping one?
India's win-loss record against Pakistan in the three major tournaments - the World Cup, Champions Trophy, and World T20
The margin of victory, in terms of runs. Only once have India beaten Pakistan by a greater margin in ODIs, by 140 runs in Dhaka in 2008
Dot balls played by Pakistan in their first 20 overs, compared to India's 61. Azhar Ali played 37 of those 72 dots
Runs India scored in the last four overs, 17 more than they scored in 14 overs between the 22nd and the 35th
Wahab Riaz's economy rate (87 in 8.4 overs), the most expensive for any spell of five or more overs in Champions trophy history
Instances of India's top four all going past 50 in an ODI innings. The two previous occasions were both v Eng - Headingley 2007, and Indore 2006
Runs scored by India in 14 overs between the 22nd and the 35th, a run rate of 3.93. In the first 21 overs, they scored at a rate of 5.76
Previous highest score for Rohit against Pakistan, which came in Asia Cup 2012. He has five fifties in 12 ODIs v Pak.
No. of century partnerships between Rohit and Dhawan in Champions Trophy, the most by any pair. Gayle-Chanderpaul and Gibbs-Smith had 2 such stands.
No. of tosses Pakistan have won against India in the last 10 International meetings, including today's. Pak had won both the previous games after winning the toss.
Last time Pakistan defeated India in an ICC tournament, in Champions Trophy in Centurion. Since then, India have won all the six encounters.