Watch: India captain Virat Kohli says 'not taking anything for granted' against Bangladesh

Watch: India captain Virat Kohli says 'not taking anything for granted' against Bangladesh

'A lot of teams have surprised their oppositions in the lower stages,' Kohli said. Photograph: (AFP)

WION Web Team Birmingham, United Kingdom Jun 14, 2017, 08.15 PM (IST)

Talking to the media in Birmingham today -- ahead of India's Champions' Trophy semi-final against Bangladesh tomorrow -- India captain Virat Kohli said they would not be "taking anything for granted".   

"There is no guarantee in these sports. A lot of teams have surprised their oppositions in the lower stages too. We are not going according to the past results and we will go into this game the way we treated the last one," he said. 

"Bangladesh has taken huge strides in cricket, in the last few years, they themselves say that. In the world cup 2015, they were really very good. We are not taking anything for granted," he added. 

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Things were a little "lighter" though during an earlier practice session, with some of the Indian stars breaking out into impromptu jigs. Have a look at the video below:

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India captain Virat Kohli has said they are 'not taking anything for granted' against Bangladesh

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