The Summary Of Every ICC Champions Trophy So Far
Champions Trophy 2002
2002 Champions Trophy was supposed to be held in India, but it was rescheduled to Sri Lanka. The tournament consisted of fifteen matches, including two semi-finals and a final. Unfortunately, the Final was rescinded and both finalists shared victory.
Winners - India and Sri Lanka
Most Runs - Virendra Sehwag
Most Wickets - Muralidharan
Champions Trophy 2004
In September 2004, the ICC Champions Trophy was held in England. Twelve teams competed in 15 matches spread across three venues over the course of 16 days. The biggest surprise in 2004 was the entry of the United States in the top 12 teams who booked their place in the Champions Trophy after winning the 2004 ICC Six Nations Challenge.
Player of the series - Ramnaresh Sarwan
Most runs - Marcus Trescothick
Most wickets - Andrew Flintoff
Champions Trophy 2006
One of the most unpredictable to date, the 2006 Champions Trophy was played from 7 October to 5 November 2006 among 12 teams from 4 groups. The championship produced five of the ten lowest team totals in tournament history, with totals of 80 (for West Indies) and 89 (for Pakistan) being the lowest recorded in matches involving the world's top eight One-day teams.
Player of the series - Chris Gayle
Most runs - Chris Gayle
Most wickets - Jerome Taylor
Champions Trophy 2009
The top eight teams from ICC rankings were divided into two groups to compete for the 2009 ICC Champions Trophy. Every team in its group played every other team once. Each match was given a certain number of points depending on different results.
Champions - Australia
Most runs - Ricky Ponting
Most wickets - Wayne Parnell
Champions Trophy 2013
The Champions Trophy 2013 is a memorable one for Indian fans. India became the ultimate winner of the tournament by defeating England. Excitingly, the prize money was $2 million which was the biggest since the emergence of this event.
Player of the series - Shikhar Dhawan
Most runs - Shikhar Dhawan
Most wickets - Ravindra Jadeja
Champions Trophy 2017
The 2017 Champions Trophy, held in England and Wales, was a bitter one for Indian fans. Pakistan won the event for the very first time, defeating India by 180 runs in the final at The Oval. In terms of runs, the margin of victory was the largest by any team in an ICC ODI tournament final.
Player of the series - Hasan Ali
Most runs - Shikhar Dhawan
Most wickets - Hasan Ali
ICC Champions Trophy Stats
Most runs have been scored by Chris Gayle who played 17 matches and scored 791 runs. Ex-New Zealand speedster Kyle Mills played 15 Champions Trophy matches and took 27 wickets.
Shane Watson is the only player to be awarded player of final twice in consecutive years of 2004 and 2006. Farveez Maharoof gave his iconic performance in 2006 taking 6/14 against West Indies. For the highest runs scored in an inning, there is a tie between Nathan Astle and Andy Flower.