In the super over, England scored 15 runs and they were able to restrict New Zealand to 15 runs, and they won the match as they had scored more boundaries in the match.
The Men in Blue finished the group stage at the top of the standings with 15 points from nine matches whereas New Zealand finished the round robin stage at the fourth position with 11 points from nine matches.
Prior to the Sri Lanka clash, India were on the second position with 13 points and the chart was topped by Australia, who had 14 points. However, both India and Australia had one game left before heading into the semis.
India's unbeaten streak in the tournament was broken by England in their last match as they defeated them by 31 runs. India is currently at the second position of the teams standing with 11 points in seven matches. The Men in Blue have to win at least one match to get to the knock out stage.
Kohli said that the toss played a vital part in the match and he described having a boundary of just 59 metres on a flat track as quite bizarre.
There is no hiding of the fact that the imminent match between India and England holds a lot more significance in the lives of the exuberant fans as both the teams entered in the premier tournament with the favourites tag on their shoulder.
The World Cup 2011 finalist Sri Lanka still have their hopes alive to play in the semi-finals as they have six points in the six matches played so far. Sri Lanka have to win every match from here to secure a place in the top four.
Chasing a challenging target of 292, West Indies suffered early blows as they lost Shai Hope and Nicholas Pooran in quick succession. Trent Boult bowled Hope (1) and returned to get Pooran (1) caught behind, reducing West Indies to 20/2.
The World Cup debutant Vijay Shankar (15*) and Kedar Jadhav (9*) dragged India to post 336/5. Amir was the pick of the bowlers for Pakistan as he returned with figures of 3-47 in his 10 overs quota.
South Africa have lost all their three matches in the World Cup so far whereas Windies have managed to win one and lose one.