Virat Kohli was surprised with a lack of fight from Bangladesh’s bowlers after India decimated them by nine wickets to book a final berth against arch-rivals Pakistan in the ICC Champions Trophy.India won the toss and elected to field in overcast conditions. Bhuvneshwar Kumar struck early to see off Soumya Sarkar. Tamim Iqbal and Mushfiqur Rahim then made gutsy half-centuries to add 123 but the lower-order imploded and failed to take off in the final 10 overs as Jasprit Bumrah and Bhuvneshwar showed remarkable control to restrict the Tigers to 264/7. In response, India appeared to barely break a sweat as Shikhar Dhawan (46), Rohit Sharma (123 not out) and Kohli (96 not out) took the defending champions home in the 41st over.Kohli, who had conceded Bangladesh were a dangerous team, said he was surprised India won so soundly.”Honestly, we never expected to win by nine wickets but that is quality that we have at the top of the order. Both the guys at the top gave us a great start. It allowed me to play my natural game. With the ball, we never let them away for anything. The two quick wickets stopped their momentum,” he said at the post-match presentation ceremony.Kohli also said part-time off-spinner Kedar Jadhav’s spell helped India restrict Bangladesh to a below-par score in batting-friendly conditions at Edgbaston.”We had another complete game. When we won the toss, I expected another clean performance. With the ball, we never let them away. The two quick wickets got us the momentum. He (Jadhav) has bowled in India as well. He is a smart guy. He knows where to pitch it. Had those guys carried on, we would have been chasing 300.advertisement”Kedar’s spell was difference in the game for us. To restrict them to 260…. they never got away from us. We never let them get past six runs an over,” Kohli said after the match.