ICC Champions Trophy: The yesteryear winners of the ‘Mini World Cup’

Updated On May 24, 2017 06:32 PM IST
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India cricket team, led by MS Dhoni, celebrate after winning the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy, beating England in the final in Birmingham. It was India’s second triumph at Champions Trophy, having won it in 2002 (co-champs with Sri Lanka after the final was washed out). Virat Kohli-led India will be looking to defend their crown in Champions Trophy 2017, starting from June 1 to 18 in the UK. (Getty images) View Photos in a new improved layout
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India cricket team, led by MS Dhoni, celebrate after winning the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy, beating England in the final in Birmingham. It was India’s second triumph at Champions Trophy, having won it in 2002 (co-champs with Sri Lanka after the final was washed out). Virat Kohli-led India will be looking to defend their crown in Champions Trophy 2017, starting from June 1 to 18 in the UK. (Getty images)

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South Africa cricket team, the underachiever of world cricket, won their one and only ICC trophy at the inaugural edition of the ICC Champions Trophy, which was then christened ICC Knockout Trophy and popularly known as the Mini World Cup. They beat West Indies cricket team in the final in Dhaka, Bangladesh. (HT Photo) View Photos in a new improved layout
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South Africa cricket team, the underachiever of world cricket, won their one and only ICC trophy at the inaugural edition of the ICC Champions Trophy, which was then christened ICC Knockout Trophy and popularly known as the Mini World Cup. They beat West Indies cricket team in the final in Dhaka, Bangladesh. (HT Photo)

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tephen Fleming led New Zealand cricket team to its only major title so far, beating India cricket team in the final of the 2000 ICC Knockout Tournament at the Gymkhana Ground, Nairobi, Kenya (Getty Images) View Photos in a new improved layout
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tephen Fleming led New Zealand cricket team to its only major title so far, beating India cricket team in the final of the 2000 ICC Knockout Tournament at the Gymkhana Ground, Nairobi, Kenya (Getty Images)

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Sri Lanka cricket team skipper Sanath Jayasuriya and India cricket team skipper Sourav Ganguly with the 2002 ICC Champions Trophy after the final in Colombo was washed out too. India and Sri Lanka shareed the ICC Champions Trophy. (Getty Images) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Sri Lanka cricket team skipper Sanath Jayasuriya and India cricket team skipper Sourav Ganguly with the 2002 ICC Champions Trophy after the final in Colombo was washed out too. India and Sri Lanka shareed the ICC Champions Trophy. (Getty Images)

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The 2004 ICC Champions Trophy belonged to the West Indies cricket team, who beat host England cricket team in the final at the Oval in a memorable final. (Popperfoto/Getty Images) View Photos in a new improved layout
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The 2004 ICC Champions Trophy belonged to the West Indies cricket team, who beat host England cricket team in the final at the Oval in a memorable final. (Popperfoto/Getty Images)

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Shane Watson was the star as Australia cricket team beat West Indies cricket team in the final of the 2006 ICC Champions Trophy at CCI in Mumbai, winning the coveted trophy for the first time. (Santosh Harhare/ht photo) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Shane Watson was the star as Australia cricket team beat West Indies cricket team in the final of the 2006 ICC Champions Trophy at CCI in Mumbai, winning the coveted trophy for the first time. (Santosh Harhare/ht photo)

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One could say that one of the golden period of Australia cricket team came to an end with the Ricky Ponting-led Oz side retaining the ICC Champions Trophy in the 2009 edition. They beat New Zealand in the final at Centurion, South Africa. The Aussies have never won an ICC tournament after this triumph. (Getty Images) View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on May 24, 2017 06:32 PM IST

One could say that one of the golden period of Australia cricket team came to an end with the Ricky Ponting-led Oz side retaining the ICC Champions Trophy in the 2009 edition. They beat New Zealand in the final at Centurion, South Africa. The Aussies have never won an ICC tournament after this triumph. (Getty Images)

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