India out ‘to enjoy’ Champions Trophy after money row India will be looking to retain their Champions Trophy crown
Virat Kohli says India will go out “to enjoy” their cricket as they aim to defend their Champions Trophy crown against the backdrop of a row over money with the international board. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) backed out of a threat to boycott the 50-over tournament in a revenue-sharing dispute with the International Cricket Council (ICC). But they only named a squad two weeks after the original deadline for the tournament which starts on June 1. Kohli said the team were determined to keep their hunger for success. “The hunger to win and ruthlessness is…
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