Indian Record at Champions Trophy

India has a positive winning ratio in last 6 editions of Champions Trophy but the overall result is surprising. In the first three editions they have reached the semifinals but after 2004 onwards they have not surfaced in semifinals in the last three editions, although overall when they were at their best in ODI with threatening line-up. With 2 titles, one Runners up, maximum match wins and least match losses, India established themselves as the overall Champion of the Champions Trophy.

2013 Schedule and Results

Best Results

    Winner: 2002 (Joint with SL), 2013 (Def Eng)
    Runners up: 2000 (Lost to New Zealand)
    Semifinalist: 1998

Interesting Facts

    India has been bowled out only twice and Pakistan was the opposition on both the occasions.
    India has won all three matches against South Africa and England.
    19 appearances make Dravid the most experienced Indian player in CT. Tendulkar (16), Ganguly and Yuvraj (13) and Sehwag (10) have also played 10 or more matches.
    India has won the maximum matches (15).
    India has lost the least matches (6).
    India has played the maximum matches (24) alongwith Sri Lanka and West Indies.

Indian Performance in all Editions
1998:

    Captain: Azharuddin, Wicket Keeper: Nayan Mongia
    1. QF: India (307/8) def Aus (263) by 44 runs.
    2. SF: India (242/6) lost to WI (245/4) by 6 wkts

2000:

    Captain: Ganguly, WK: Vijay Dahiya
    1.Pre QF: India (209/2 in 42.3 ov) def Kenya (208/9) by 8 wkts
    2. QF: Ind (265/9) def Aus (245) by 20 runs.
    3. SF: India (295/6) def South Africa (200) by 95 runs
    4. Final: India (264/6) lost to New Zealand (265/6) by 4 wkts

2002:

    Captain: Ganguly, WK: Dravid
    Group B: England, India, Zimbabwe
    1. India (288/6) def Zimbabwe (274/8) by 14 runs.
    2. India (271/2) def England (269/7) by 8 wkts
    3. SF: India (261/9) def South Africa (251/6) by 10 runs.
    4. Final: Joint winner with Sri Lanka.

2004:

    Captain: Dravid, WK: Dravid
    Group C: Pakistan, India, Kenya
    1. India (290/4) def Kenya (192/7) by 98 runs
    2. India (200) lost to Pakistan (201/7) by 3 wkts

2006:

    Captain: Dhoni, WK: Dhoni
    Group A: Australia, West Indies, India, England
    1. Ind def Eng by 4 wkts
    2. Ind lost to West Indies by 3 wkts
    3. Ind lost to Australia by 6 wkts

2009:

    Captain: Dhoni, WK: Dhoni
    Group A: Australia, West Indies, India, Pakistan
    1. India (248) lost to Pakistan (302/9) by 54 runs.
    2. India vs Australia (234/4) washed out
    3. India (130/3) won against West Indies (129) by 7 wkts.

2013

    Captain: Dhoni, WK: Dhoni
    Group B: India, Pakistan, West Indies, South Africa
    Ind def SA by 26 runs, Ind: 331/7, SA 305, MOM: Shikhar Dhawan (SA)
    Ind def WI by 8 wickets, WI: 233/9, Ind 236/2, MOM: Jadeja
    Ind def Pak by 8 wkts, MOM: B Kumar
    SF: Ind def SL by 8 wkts, MOM: Ishant Sharma
    Final: Ind def Eng by 5 runs, MOM: Jadeja

Indian Match Results at Champions Trophy

Team M W L NR
Australia 4 2 1 1
South Africa 3 3 0 0
West Indies 4 2 2 0
England 3 3 0 0
Kenya 2 2 0 0
Sri Lanka 3 1 0 2
Pakistan 3 1 2 0
Zimbabwe 1 1 0 0
New Zealand 1 0 1 0
9 24 15 6 3

Captains:

    Ganguly 11 matches (7 won, 2 lost, 2 NR)
    Dhoni 8 matches (6 won, 1 lost, 1 NR)
    Dravid 3 matches (1 won, 2 lost)
    Azharuddin 2 matches (1 won, 1 lost)

Team Records
Highest Scores: 331/7 (Vs SA), 307/8 (Aus)
Lowest Scores: 200 (vs Pak), 248 (vs Pak)
Biggest Wins: 98 runs (vs Kenya), 8 wkts (vs Kenya, England, WI, Pak, SL), 123 balls (vs Eng), 107 balls (WI)
Smallest wins: 5 runs (Vs Eng in 2013 Final), 10 runs (vs SA), 4 wkts (vs Eng, 45 balls (vs Kenya)
100+ Partnerships: 10 (4 for 1st, 2 for 2nd and 3rd, 1 each for 4th and 6th)
Biggest Partnerships by Wickets:

    1st 192 Sehwag, Ganguly (vs Eng), 2002
    2nd 161 Ganguly, Laxman (vs Kenya), 2004
    3rd 140 Tendulkar, Dravid (Vs Aus), 1998
    4th 132 Tendulkar, Ajay Jadeja (Vs Aus), 1998
    5th 77* Kaif, Dravid (vs Kenya), 2004
    6th 117 Dravid, Kaif (Vs Zim), 2002
    7th 84* Kaif, Kumble (Zim), 2002
    8th 17 Yuvraj, Kumble (Vs Aus), 2000
    9th 19 Kumble, Zaheer (vs Aus), 2000
    10th 7* Zaheer, Venkatesh Prasad (vs Aus), 2000

Batting Records

    Best Batsman: Ganguly (665 runs in 11 innings), Dravid (627 runs in 15 innings)
    Centuries: 8 (Ganguly 3, Shikhar Dhawan 2, 1 each for Tendulkar, Sehwag, Kaif)
    50s: 25 (6 Dravid, 3 Ganguly, 2 Sehwag, Yuvraj, Rohit Sharma, Kohli)
    Best in one edition: 363 (Shikhar Dhawan in 2013), 348 (Ganguly in 2000), 271 (Sehwag in 2002)

Bowling Records

    Highest wickets: Zaheer (15), Sachin, Harbhajan (14 each), Ishant Sharma (13), Ravindra Jadeja (12), Nehra, Kumble, Agarkar (11 each)
    Best Performances: 5/36 Ravindra Jadeja (WI), 4/38 Sachin vs Aus, 4/45 Zaheer vs Zim, 4/55 Nehra (Vs Pak)
    Most Expensive: 2/75 Umesh Yadav (Vs SA), 2013, 1/71 Harbhajan (vs Pak)
    Most wickets in a series: 12 (Jadeja), 10 (Ishant Sharma), 8 (Nehra, Venkatesh Parasd, Zaheer Khan)

MOMs: 12

    2013: Shikhar Dhawan (SA), Ravindra Jadeja (WI), B Kumar (Pak), Ishant Sharma (SL), Jadeja (Eng in Final)
    2009: Virat Kohli (WI)
    2006: Munaf Patel (Eng)
    2004: Ganguly (Kenya)
    2002: Kaif (Zim), Sehwag (Eng, SA)
    2000: Yuvraj (Aus), Ganguly (SA)
    1998: Tendulkar (Aus)
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