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ICC Champions Trophy 2017

India vs Pakistan FINAL

Sunday 18 June 17 @ The Oval
Match scheduled to begin at 10:30 local time (09:30 GMT)


ICC Champions Trophy Cricket 2002 in Sri Lanka

ICC Champions Trophy Cricket in Sri Lanka

The 2002 ICC Champions Trophy is a cricket tournament that was held in Sri Lanka in 2002. It was the third edition of the ICC Champions Trophy (the first two having been known as the ICC Knock-out). The tournament was due to be held in India, but was switched to Sri Lanka when an exemption from tax in India was not granted.
Twelve teams competed: the 10 Test-playing nations plus Netherlands and Kenya. The teams were split into four pools of three teams each. Each team played the other two teams in its pool once, and the four teams that headed each pool proceeded to the Semi Finals. The Final between India and Sri Lanka was washed out twice, to leave no result.

ICC Champions Trophy Cricket in Sri Lanka Results

Pool 4:

Sri Lanka v Pakistan at Colombo - September 12, 2002
Sri Lanka won by 8 wickets. Pakistan 200 (49.4 ov); Sri Lanka 201-2 (36.1 ov). Sri Lanka v Netherlands at Colombo - September 16, 2002
Sri Lanka won by 206 runs. Sri Lanka 292-6 (50 ov); Netherlands 86 (29.3 ov). Netherlands v Pakistan at Colombo - September 21, 2002
Pakistan won by 9 wickets. Netherlands 136 (50 ov); Pakistan 142-1 (16.2 ov).

Pool 3:

South Africa v West Indies at Colombo - September 13, 2002
South Africa won by 2 wickets. West Indies 238-8 (50 ov); South Africa 242-8 (49 ov). Kenya v West Indies at Colombo - September 17, 2002
West Indies won by 29 runs. West Indies 261-6 (50 ov); Kenya 232 (49.1 ov). Kenya v South Africa at Colombo - September 20, 2002
South Africa won by 176 runs. South Africa 316-5 (50 ov); Kenya 140 (46.5 ov).

Pool 2:

India v Zimbabwe at Colombo - September 14, 2002
India won by 14 runs. India 288-6 (50 ov); Zimbabwe 274-8 (50 ov). England v Zimbabwe at Colombo - September 18, 2002
England won by 108 runs. England 298-8 (50 ov); Zimbabwe 190-9 (48 ov). England v India at Colombo - September 22, 2002
India won by 8 wickets. England 269-7 (50 ov); India 271-2 (39.3 ov).

Pool 1:

Australia v New Zealand at Colombo - September 15, 2002
Australia won by 164 runs. Australia 296-7 (50 ov); New Zealand 132 (26.2 ov). Australia v Bangladesh at Colombo - September 19, 2002
Australia won by 9 wickets. Bangladesh 129 (45.2 ov); Australia 133-1 (20.4 ov). Bangladesh v New Zealand at Colombo - September 23, 2002
New Zealand won by 167 runs. New Zealand 244-9 (50 ov); Bangladesh 77 (19.3 ov).

Semi-Final 1

India v South Africa at Colombo - September 25, 2002
India won by 10 runs. India 261-9 (50 ov); South Africa 251-6 (50 ov).

Semi-Final 2

Sri Lanka v Australia at Colombo - September 27, 2002
Sri Lanka won by 7 wickets. Australia 162 (48.4 ov); Sri Lanka 163-3 (40 ov).

Final

Sri Lanka v India at Colombo - September 29, 2002
No result. Sri Lanka 244-5 (50 ov); India 14-0 (2 ov).

Final Replay

Sri Lanka v India at Colombo - September 30, 2002
No result. Sri Lanka 222-7 (50 ov); India 38-1 (8.4 ov).

Champions Trophy History

As one of cricket's most prestigious events, the ICC Champions Trophy sits alongside the World Cup as one of the two "majors" of international cricket. The two tournaments are the only occasions on the cricket calendar when all 10 Test-playing nations come together to compete in the one event.
Originally introduced as the ICC Knock Out tournament in 1998 and staged every two years since that time, the event has evolved into a round-robin competition with teams split into pool groups based on their official ICC one-day international rankings. In 2002, the tournament was renamed the ICC Champions Trophy to reflect the new competition format.

Year Venue       Winner        Runners up   Format 
1998 Bangladesh  South Africa  West Indies  Knockout 
2000 Kenya       New Zealand   India        Knockout 
2002 Sri Lanka   India/Lanka*               Round robin 
2004 England     West Indies   England      Round robin 
2006 India                                Round robin 

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Editor: Nishanth Gopinathan.