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Home > Cricket > Statistics


Champions Trophy: A statistical survey

Rajneesh Gupta | October 06, 2006

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.

The fifth edition of ICC Champions Trophy, beginning in India October 7, has gained added appeal as all 10 countries will be using it as a dry run for the 2007 World Cup.

Just four months separate this biennial tournament and the World Cup, to be played in the West Indies in March-April, and the teams will be keen to settle their World Cup squads through the Champions Trophy, to be played in four cities for one month, ending with the final in Mumbai on November 5.

The final will be played at the Cricket Club of India's Brabourne stadium, in Mumbai, where international cricket returns at after 11 years.

Being staged in India for the first time, the ICC Champions Trophy provides teams the opportunity to benchmark their progress against each other with a format that has no leeway for mistakes. In contrast to the ICC Cricket World Cup, which provides an extended format of matches and allows teams the chance to recover from a defeat or slump in form, the ICC Champions Trophy demands consistency and the ability to generate winning performances from start to finish. With 21 games -- all day-night affairs -- in 30 days, one defeat is likely to prevent a team from progressing to the finals.

Originally introduced as the ICC knock-out tournament in 1998, 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.

The Champions Trophy is the biggest tournament that India is hosting since the 1996 World Cup, which it jointly hosted with Pakistan and Sri Lanka.

SUMMARY OF TOURNAMENTS:

Season

Venue

Teams

Winner

Runner-up

1998-99

Bangladesh

9

South Africa

West Indies

2000-01

Kenya

11

New Zealand

India

2002-03

Sri Lanka

12

India - Sri Lanka*

-

2004

England

12

West Indies

England

* India and Sri Lanka were declared joint winners after no result could be achieved in the final played twice

RESULT SUMMARY:

Country

Played

Won

Lost

NR

Won%

Australia

8

4

4

0

50.00

Bangladesh

5

0

5

0

0.00

England

9

5

4

0

55.56

India

13

8

3

2

61.54

Kenya

5

0

5

0

0.00

Netherlands

2

0

2

0

0.00

New Zealand

9

6

3

0

66.66

Pakistan

8

4

4

0

50.00

South Africa

10

7

3

0

70.00

Sri Lanka

11

6

3

2

54.55

United States

2

0

2

0

0.00

West Indies

10

7

3

0

70.00

Zimbabwe

6

0

6

0

0.00

TOTAL

49

47

47

2

95.91

HIGHEST TEAM TOTALS:

Score

For

Vs

Venue

         Date

Result

347-4 (50 overs)

NZ

USA

The Oval

 10 Sep 2004

Won

316-5 (50 overs)

SA

Ken

Colombo (RPS)

 20 Sep 2002

Won

307-8 (50 overs)

Ind

Aus

Dhaka

 28 Oct 1998

Won

299-7 (50 overs)

Eng

Zim

Edgbaston

 10 Sep 2004

Won

298-8 (50 overs)

Eng

Zim

Colombo (RPS)

 18 Sep 2002

Won

296-7 (50 overs)

Aus

NZ

Colombo (SSC)

 15 Sep 2002

Won

295-6 (50 overs)

Ind

SA

Nairobi (Gym)

 13 Oct 2000

Won

292-6 (50 overs)

SL

Net

Colombo (RPS)

 16 Sep 2002

Won

290-4 (50 overs)

Ind

Ken

Southampton

 11 Sep 2004

Won

289-9 (50 overs)

WI

Pak

Dhaka

 29 Oct 1998

Won

288-6 (50 overs)

Ind

Zim

Colombo (RPS)

 14 Sep 2002

Won

287-6 (50 overs)

SL

WI

Nairobi (Gym)

 04 Oct 2000

Won

283-4 (46.4 overs)

SA

Eng

Dhaka

 25 Oct 1998

Won

281-7 (50 overs)

Eng

SA

Dhaka

 25 Oct 1998

Lost

Highest for other teams:

274-8 (50 overs)

Zim

Ind

Colombo (RPS)

 14 Sep 2002

Lost

259-9 (50 overs)

Pak

WI

Dhaka

 29 Oct 1998

Lost

232-8 (50 overs)

BD

Eng

Nairobi (Gym)

 05 Oct 2000

Lost

232 (49.1 overs)

Ken

WI

Colombo (SSC)

 17 Sep 2002

Lost

137 (43.4 overs)

USA

NZ

The Oval

 10 Sep 2004

Lost

136 (50 overs)

Net

Pak

Colombo (SSC)

 21 Sep 2002

Lost

LOWEST TEAM TOTALS:

Score

For

Vs

Venue

         Date

Result

65 (23 overs)

USA

Aus

Southampton

 13 Sep 2004

Lost

77 (19.3 overs)

BD

NZ

Colombo (SSC)

 23 Sep 2002

Lost

86 (29.3 overs)

Net

SL

Colombo (RPS)

 16 Sep 2002

Lost

93 (31.3 overs)

BD

SA

Edgbaston

 12 Sep 2004

Lost

94 (32 overs)

Ken

Pak

Edgbaston

 14 Sep 2004

Lost

129 (45.2 overs)

BD

Aus

Colombo (SSC)

 19 Sep 2002

Lost

131 (39.3 overs)

BD

WI

Southampton

 15 Sep 2004

Lost

131 (38.2 overs)

Pak

WI

Southampton

 22 Sep 2004

Lost

132 (26.2 overs)

NZ

Aus

Colombo (SSC)

 15 Sep 2002

Lost

132 (23.4 overs) 

SL

SA

Dhaka

 30 Oct 1998

Lost

136 (50 overs)

Net

Pak

Colombo (SSC)

 21 Sep 2002

Lost

137 (43.4 overs)

USA

NZ

The Oval

 10 Sep 2004

Lost

140 (46.5 overs)

Ken

SA

Colombo (RPS)

 20 Sep 2002

Lost

147 (39 overs)

Zim

Eng

Edgbaston

 10 Sep 2004

Lost

162 (48.4 overs)

Aus

SL

Colombo (RPS)

 27 Sep 2002

Lost

179 (46.4 overs)

WI

SL

Nairobi (Gym)

 04 Oct 2000

Lost

182 (44.1 overs)

Eng

SA

Nairobi (Gym)

 10 Oct 2000

Lost

188 (49.5 overs)

NZ

SL

Dhaka

 26 Oct 1998

Lost

190-9 (48 overs)

Zim

Eng

Colombo (RPS)

 18 Sep 2002

Lost

191 (49.1 overs)

Zim

SL

The Oval

 14 Sep 2004

Lost

192-7 (50 overs)

Ken

Ind

Southampton

 11 Sep 2004

Lost

194 (45.4 overs)

SL

Pak

Nairobi (Gym)

 08 Oct 2000

Lost

198-9 (50 overs)

NZ

Aus

The Oval

 16 Sep 2004

Lost

200 (49.4 overs)

Pak

SL

Colombo (RPS)

 12 Sep 2002

Lost

200 (41 overs)

SA

Ind

Nairobi (Gym)

 13 Oct 2000

Lost

200 (49.5 overs)

Ind

Pak

Edgbaston

 19 Sep 2004

Lost

LARGEST MARGINS OF VICTORY:

Margin

Winner

Score

Loser

Score

Venue

Date

 210 runs

NZ

347-4

USA

137

The Oval

 10 Sep 2004

 206 runs

SL

292-6

Net

86

Colombo (RPS)

 16 Sep 2002

 176 runs

SA

316-5

Ken

140

Colombo (RPS)

 20 Sep 2002

 167 runs

NZ

244-9

BD

77

Colombo (SSC)

 23 Sep 2002

 164 runs

Aus

296-7

NZ

132

Colombo (SSC)

 15 Sep 2002

 152 runs

Eng

299-7

Zim

147

Edgbaston

 10 Sep 2004

 138 runs

WI

269-3

BD

131

Southampton

 15 Sep 2004

 108 runs

Eng

298-8

Zim

190-9

Colombo (RPS)

 18 Sep 2002

 108 runs

SL

287-6

WI

179

Nairobi (Gym)

 04 Oct 2000

 9 wickets

Pak

195-1

SL

194

Nairobi (Gym)

 08 Oct 2000

 9 wickets

Aus

133-1

BD

129

Colombo (SSC)

 19 Sep 2002

 9 wickets

Pak

142-1

Net

136

Colombo (SSC)

 21 Sep 2002

 9 wickets

Aus

66-1

USA

65

Southampton

 13 Sep 2004

 9 wickets

SA

94-1

BD

93

Edgbaston

 12 Sep 2004

NARROWEST MARGINS OF VICTORY:

Margin

Winner

Score

Loser

Score

Venue

       Date

 10 runs

Ind

261-9

SA

251-6

Colombo (RPS)

 25 Sep 2002

 14 runs

Ind

288-6

Zim

274-8

Colombo (RPS)

 14 Sep 2002

 20 runs

Ind

265-9

Aus

245

Nairobi (Gym)

 07 Oct 2000

 2 wickets

WI

242-8

SA

238-8

Colombo (SSC)

 13 Sep 2002

 2 wickets

WI

218-8

Eng

217

The Oval

 25 Sep 2004

 3 wickets

Pak

201-7

Ind

200

Edgbaston

 19 Sep 2004

 4 wickets

WI

248-6

SA

245

Dhaka

 01 Nov 1998

 4 wickets

Pak

255-6

NZ

252

Nairobi (Gym)

 11 Oct 2000

 4 wickets

Ind

265-6

NZ

264-6

Nairobi (Gym)

 15 Oct 2000

 4 wickets

SL

195-6

Zim

191

The Oval

 14 Sep 2004

INDIVIDUAL HUNDREDS:

Batsman

Score

Balls

For

Vs

Venue

     Date

NJ Astle

145*

151

NZ

USA

The Oval

 10 Sep 2004

A Flower

145

164

Zim

Ind

Colombo (RPS)

 14 Sep 2002

SC Ganguly

141*

142

Ind

SA

Nairobi (Gym)

 13 Oct 2000

SR Tendulkar

141

128

Ind

Aus

Dhaka

 28 Oct 1998

DA Gunawardene

132

146

SL

WI

Nairobi (Gym)

 04 Oct 2000

V Sehwag

126

104

Ind

Eng

Colombo (RPS)

 22 Sep 2002

ME Trescothick

119

102

Eng

Zim

Colombo (RPS)

 18 Sep 2002

SC Ganguly

117*

109

Ind

Eng

Colombo (RPS)

 22 Sep 2002

SC Ganguly

117

130

Ind

NZ

Nairobi (Gym)

 15 Oct 2000

HH Gibbs

116*

119

SA

Ind

Colombo (RPS)

 25 Sep 2002

HH Gibbs

116

126

SA

Ken

Colombo (RPS)

 20 Sep 2002

JH Kallis

113*

100

SA

SL

Dhaka

 30 Oct 1998

M Kaif

111*

112

Ind

Zim

Colombo (RPS)

 14 Sep 2002

BC Lara

111

120

WI

Ken

Colombo (SSC)

 17 Sep 2002

Saeed Anwar

105*

134

Pak

SL

Nairobi (Gym)

 08 Oct 2000

Saeed Anwar

104

115

Pak

NZ

Nairobi (Gym)

 11 Oct 2000

A Flintoff

104

91

Eng

SL

Southampton

 17 Sep 2004

ME Trescothick

104

124

Eng

WI

The Oval

 25 Sep 2004

PA Wallace

103

102

WI

SA

Dhaka

 01 Nov 1998

ST Jayasuriya

102*

120

SL

Pak

Colombo (RPS)

 12 Sep 2002

CL Cairns

102*

113

NZ

Ind

Nairobi (Gym)

 15 Oct 2000

MS Atapattu

101

118

SL

Net

Colombo (RPS)

 16 Sep 2002

HH Gibbs

101

135

SA

WI

The Oval

 18 Sep 2004

ADR Campbell

100

143

Zim

NZ

Dhaka

 24 Oct 1998

LEADING RUN-SCORERS:

Batsman

For

Mts

Inns

NO

Runs

Hs

Ave

100s

50s

0s

SR

SC Ganguly

Ind

13

11

2

665

141*

73.89

3

3

1

83.13

JH Kallis

SA

10

10

3

480

113*

68.57

1

3

0

81.63

RS Dravid

Ind

13

10

2

442

71

55.25

0

4

0

71.64

ME Trescothick

Eng

8

8

0

421

119

52.63

2

2

1

85.74

S Chanderpaul

WI

9

9

2

365

74

52.14

0

2

0

68.48

SR Tendulkar

Ind

11

10

2

359

141

44.88

1

1

0

82.72

ST Jayasuriya

SL

11

11

1

346

102*

34.60

1

1

2

84.39

HH Gibbs

SA

5

5

1

345

116*

86.25

3

0

0

86.03

BC Lara

WI

10

10

2

338

111

42.25

1

1

0

79.91

V Sehwag

Ind

7

7

2

298

126

59.60

1

1

0

109.56

Saeed Anwar

Pak

4

4

2

289

105*

144.50

2

1

0

77.90

NJ Astle

NZ

9

9

1

273

145*

34.13

1

0

2

77.56

MS Atapattu

SL

11

11

0

272

101

24.73

1

1

1

61.68

A Flower

Zim

4

4

0

267

145

66.75

1

1

0

86.97

SP Fleming

NZ

9

9

0

257

96

28.56

0

1

0

72.80

CD McMillan

NZ

7

7

2

255

64*

51.00

0

3

0

102.00

AC Gilchrist

Aus

8

8

1

252

54

36.00

0

1

0

108.62

DR Martyn

Aus

7

6

1

251

73

50.20

0

3

0

78.19

KC Sangakkara

SL

9

9

1

235

54

29.38

0

1

1

60.26

DPM Jayawardene

SL

9

8

1

223

77

31.86

0

2

0

77.16

RR Sarwan

WI

6

6

2

222

75

55.50

0

2

0

81.62

PA Wallace

WI

3

3

0

221

103

73.67

1

1

0

107.80

CH Gayle

WI

6

6

0

221

99

36.83

0

1

0

76.47

Yuvraj Singh

Ind

11

7

0

217

84

31.00

0

2

1

96.44

ML Hayden

Aus

6

6

1

209

67*

41.80

0

1

0

77.99

M Kaif

Ind

7

4

2

206

111*

103.00

1

0

0

93.21

RG Twose

NZ

3

3

0

203

87

67.67

0

2

0

82.19

BEST BATTING STRIKE RATE

(Qualification: Min.5 innings)

SR

Batsman

For

Mts

Inns

NO

Runs

Hs

Ave

100s

50s

0s

171.43

Shahid Afridi

Pak

6

6

1

108

55*

21.60

0

1

0

109.56

V Sehwag

Ind

7

7

2

298

126

59.60

1

1

0

108.62

AC Gilchrist

Aus

8

8

1

252

54

36.00

0

1

0

102.00

CD McMillan

NZ

7

7

2

255

64*

51.00

0

3

0

101.99

A Flintoff

Eng

6

5

0

154

104

30.80

1

0

0

100.93

RR Singh

Ind

6

5

1

108

73*

27.00

0

1

1

97.56

WPUJC Vaas

SL

11

6

2

80

18

20.00

0

0

0

96.44

Yuvraj Singh

Ind

11

7

0

217

84

31.00

0

2

1

90.06

SB Styris

NZ

6

5

1

145

75

36.25

0

1

1

89.71

AF Giles

Eng

6

5

3

61

31

30.50

0

0

0

88.89

L Klusener

SA

7

5

2

96

29

32.00

0

0

0

86.03

HH Gibbs

SA

5

5

1

345

116*

86.25

3

0

0

85.74

ME Trescothick

Eng

8

8

0

421

119

52.63

2

2

1

84.39

ST Jayasuriya

SL

11

11

1

346

102*

34.60

1

1

2

83.13

SC Ganguly

Ind

13

11

2

665

141*

73.89

3

3

1

82.72

SR Tendulkar

Ind

11

10

2

359

141

44.88

1

1

0

81.63

JH Kallis

SA

10

10

3

480

113*

68.57

1

3

0

81.62

RR Sarwan

WI

6

6

2

222

75

55.50

0

2

0

81.25

MV Boucher

SA

10

6

0

104

60

17.33

0

1

1

HIGHEST PARTNERSHIP FOR EACH WICKET:

Wkt

Runs

                  Batsmen

For

Vs

Venue

       Date

 1st

192

V Sehwag & SC Ganguly

Ind

Eng

Colombo (RPS)

 22 Sep 2002

192

CH Gayle & WW Hinds

WI

BD

Southampton

 15 Sep 2004

 2nd

178*

HH Gibbs & JH Kallis

SA

Ind

Colombo (RPS)

 25 Sep 2002

 3rd

163

NJ Astle & SB Styris

NZ

USA

The Oval

 10 Sep 2004

 4th

132

SR Tendulkar & A Jadeja

Ind

Aus

Dhaka

 28 Oct 1998

 5th

136*

NJ Astle & CD McMillan

NZ

USA

The Oval

 10 Sep 2004

 6th

122

CL Cairns & CZ Harris

NZ

Ind

Nairobi (Gym)

 15 Oct 2000

 7th

92

MA Ouma & BJ Patel

Ken

Ind

Southampton

 11 Sep 2004

 8th

64

E Chigumbura & P Utseya

Zim

SL

The Oval

 14 Sep 2004

 9th

71*

CO Browne & IDR Bradshaw

WI

Eng

The Oval

 25 Sep 2004

10th

50

KD Mills & SE Bond

NZ

Aus

Colombo (SSC)

 15 Sep 2002

BEST BOWLING IN A MATCH:

Bowler

Figures

For

Vs

Venue

        Date

Shahid Afridi

5-11

6 overs

Pak

Ken

Edgbaston

 14 Sep 2004

M Dillon

5-29

10 overs

WI

BD

Southampton

 15 Sep 2004

JH Kallis

5-30

7.3 overs

SA

WI

Dhaka

 01 Nov 1998

JDP Oram

5-36

9.4 overs

NZ

USA

The Oval

 10 Sep 2004

GD McGrath

5-37

7 overs

Aus

NZ

Colombo (SSC)

 15 Sep 2002

SB O'Connor

5-46

8 overs

NZ

Pak

Nairobi (Gym)

 11 Oct 2000

MS Kasprowicz

4-14

7 overs

Aus

USA

Southampton

 13 Sep 2004

M Muralitharan

4-15

5.3 overs

SL

Net

Colombo (RPS)

 16 Sep 2002

JN Gillespie

4-15

6 overs

Aus

USA

Southampton

 13 Sep 2004

SE Bond

4-21

5 overs

NZ

BD

Colombo (SSC)

 23 Sep 2002

Naved-ul-Hasan

4-25

9 overs

Pak

Ind

Edgbaston

 19 Sep 2004

KLT Arthurton

4-31

10 overs

WI

Pak

Dhaka

 29 Oct 1998

Shoaib Akhtar

4-36

9.5 overs

Pak

Ind

Edgbaston

 19 Sep 2004

RC Irani

4-37

10 overs

Eng

Zim

Colombo (RPS)

 18 Sep 2002

SR Tendulkar

4-38

9.1 overs

Ind

Aus

Dhaka

 28 Oct 1998

PJ Wiseman

4-45

9.2 overs

NZ

Zim

Nairobi (Gym)

 09 Oct 2000

DT Hondo

4-45

6 overs

Zim

Eng

Colombo (RPS)

 18 Sep 2002

Zaheer Khan

4-45

10 overs

Ind

Zim

Colombo (RPS)

 14 Sep 2002

M Dillon

4-60

10 overs

WI

SA

Colombo (SSC)

 13 Sep 2002

DT Hondo

4-62

9 overs

Zim

Ind

Colombo (RPS)

 14 Sep 2002

Azhar Mahmood

4-65

10 overs

Pak

NZ

Nairobi (Gym)

 11 Oct 2000

LEADING WICKET-TAKERS:

Bowler

For

Mts

Overs

Mdns

Runs

Wkts

Ave

Best

5W

SR

RpO

M Dillon

WI

7

68

10

317

19

16.68

 5-29

1

21.47

4.66

JH Kallis

SA

10

68.3

3

349

15

23.27

 5-30

1

27.40

5.09

Zaheer Khan

Ind

9

80

7

368

15

24.53

 4-45

0

32.00

4.60

SR Tendulkar

Ind

11

74.1

2

351

14

25.07

 4-38

0

31.79

4.73

M Muralitharan

SL

9

61.1

8

197

14

14.07

 4-15

0

26.21

3.22

JN Gillespie

Aus

7

56

5

209

12

17.42

 4-15

0

28.00

3.73

DT Hondo

Zim

4

33

1

200

11

18.18

 4-45

0

18.00

6.06

A Kumble

Ind

10

94

3

443

11

40.27

 2-22

0

51.27

4.71

SM Pollock

SA

7

60.1

7

229

11

20.82

 3-27

0

32.82

3.81

GD McGrath

Aus

7

58

6

254

11

23.09

 5-37

1

31.64

4.38

JDP Oram

NZ

4

34.4

4

162

10

16.20

 5-36

1

20.80

4.67

MS Kasprowicz

Aus

4

36

2

169

10

16.90

 4-14

0

21.60

4.69

B Lee

Aus

6

43.3

1

225

10

22.50

 3-38

0

26.10

5.17

DNT Zoysa

SL

6

46

2

216

10

21.60

 3-19

0

27.60

4.70

BEST ALLROUND PERFORMANCE IN A MATCH:

Player

For

Performance

Vs

Venue

         Date

JH Kallis

SA

37 & 5-30

WI

Dhaka

 01 Nov 1998

KLT Arthurton

WI

33 & 4-31

Pak

Dhaka

 29 Oct 1998

SR Tendulkar

Ind

141 & 4-38

Aus

Dhaka

 28 Oct 1998

E Chigumbura

Zim

57 & 3-37

SL

The Oval

 14 Sep 2004

Shahid Afridi

Pak

55* & 3-18

Net

Colombo (SSC)

 21 Sep 2002

V Sehwag

Ind

59 & 3-25

SA

Colombo (RPS)

 25 Sep 2002

CL Hooper

WI

27 & 3-42

SA

Colombo (SSC)

 13 Sep 2002

MOST CATCHES IN A MATCH:

Fielder

Ct

For

Vs

Venue

        Date

JN Rhodes

3

SA

WI

Dhaka

 01 Nov 1998

MS Atapattu

3

SL

SA

Dhaka

 30 Oct 1998

Yuvraj Singh

3

Ind

SA

Colombo (RPS)

 25 Sep 2002

ADR Campbell

3

Zim

Ind

Colombo (RPS)

 14 Sep 2002

DJG Sammy

3

WI

BD

Southampton

 15 Sep 2004

ME Trescothick

3

Eng

Aus

Edgbaston

 21 Sep 2004

BC Lara

3

WI

Eng

The Oval

 25 Sep 2004

MOST DISMISSALS IN A MATCH:

Keeper

Dismissals

For

Vs

Venue

        Date

KC Sangakkara

5 (4 ct + 1 st)

SL

Net

Colombo (RPS)

 16 Sep 2002

DO Obuya

4 (1 ct + 3 st)

Ken

SA

Colombo (RPS)

 20 Sep 2002

CO Browne

4 (3 ct + 1 st)

WI

Pak

Southampton

 22 Sep 2004

Moin Khan

4 (4 ct)

Pak

Ind

Edgbaston

 19 Sep 2004

MOST MAN OF MATCH AWARDS :

Player

For

MoM

JH Kallis

SA

3

V Sehwag

Ind

2

SC Ganguly

Ind

2

Shahid Afridi

Pak

2

RR Sarwan

WI

2



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