England, New Zealand satisfied with security ahead of vital game

In the wake of the terrorist attack on London Bridge on Saturday evening which killed seven people, Eoin Morgan has confirmed that England are satisfied with the security arrangements in place for the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 and have "no concerns" about continuing the tournament.

Some of England's squad were in London during the attack - their hotel was half a mile away from where the incident took place - and all-rounder Ben Stokes, who was having dinner in Leicester Square, struggled to get back to the hotel because of the police cordon around the area. Morgan, who was one of the players in London, admitted the first thought was "making sure everybody was safe and either at the hotel or at home," and that it was "a completely new experience for everybody and not something they want to go through again."

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