Champions Trophy photos: Looking back at the finals

Updated: Jun 17, 2017, 16:37
  • Champions Trophy photos: Looking back at the finals
    2013: Birmingham: India 129/7 bt England 124/8 by 5 runs - Rain delayed the match and reduced it to 20 overs a side. Put in to bat India managed to score 129 runs with Virat Kohli putting on a brave 43. England replied well with Eoin Morgan leading the way, but not before Ravindra Jadeja's brilliant spell in the key stages helped India clinch their second Champions Trophy title. (Pic/ AFP)
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    2009: Centurion: Australia 206-4 bt New Zealand 200-9 by 6 wkts - Australia retained their title with something to spare in a tournament that ought to have been played in Pakistan a year earlier but was held over and moved because of security concerns. Off-spinner Nathan Hauritz took three wickets in the final before Watson sealed victory with an unbeaten hundred.
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    2006: Mumbai: Australia 116-2 bt West Indies 138 by 8 wkts (D/L Method) - Australia finally won the one major trophy that had previously eluded them on the back of a disciplined bowling performance crowned by Shane Watson's unbeaten fifty. (Pic/ Atul Kamble)
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    2004: The Oval: West Indies 218-8 bt England 217 by 2 wkts - In the cold and gloom of an English autumn, Courtney Browne and Ian Bradshaw rescued the West Indies from near-certain defeat at 147 for eight with an unbroken ninth-wicket stand of 71. (File Pic)
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    2002: Colombo: Title shared by India and Sri Lanka - Playing in the monsoon season in Sri Lanka was always a risk and the hosts had to share the trophy with India after two attempts to complete the final were washed out by tropical storms. (File Pic)
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    2000: Nairobi: New Zealand 265-6 bt India 264-6 by 4 wkts - After several World Cup semi-final appearances, New Zealand's first appearance in a major ICC final saw them beat India with two balls to spare with all-rounder Chris Cairns, after overcoming a knee injury, making a decisive 102 not out. (Pic/ Pradeep Mandani)
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    1998: Dhaka: South Africa 248-6 bt West Indies 245 by 4 wkts - All-rounder Jacques Kallis took five wickets before the late Hansie Cronje, then South Africa's captain, scored an unbeaten 61 as the Proteas trumped a century by the West Indies' Philo Wallace. (Pic/ Pradeep Mandani)
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India face rivals Pakistan in England and Wales on Sunday which will be the eighth final edition of Champions Trophy. Let's look back at the seven previous finals of a competition that started life as the ICC Knockout in 1998

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