After an awful bowling performance from defending champions India saw them slump to an unexpected seven-wicket defeat against Sri Lanka in a high-scoring ICC Champions Trophy, captain Virat Kohli said that every game is a quarter final. he expected his bowlers to defend 321 but Sri Lanka batted exceptionally well to take the game away. "We felt we had enough on the board, we trusted out bowlers, but Sri Lanka were pretty good," Kohli said at the post-match presentation. Set a challenging target of 322 runs, Sri Lanka rode on half-centuries from Kusal Mendis and Danushka Gunathilaka to cross the line in 48.3 overs and register their first win the tournament. India will now have to beat South Africa in their last group match on June 11 and Sri lanka face a must win contest against Pakistan a day later in quest to qualify from the semi-finals.