Who won the ICC Champions Trophy 2009?
Australian Men’s Cricket Team
2009 ICC Champions Trophy/Champion
Who won the ICC Champions Trophy 2010?
|SuperSport Park, Centurion|
|Toss||New Zealand, elected to bat first|
|Player Of The Series||Ricky Ponting|
|Series result||Australia won the 2009/10 ICC Champions Trophy|
|Match number||ODI no. 2907|
Who won the most ICC Champions Trophy?
Pakistan national cricket team
ICC Men’s Champions Trophy/Current champions
Who won Champions Trophy 2002?
|R Premadasa Stadium, Colombo|
|Toss||Sri Lanka, elected to bat first|
|Series||ICC Champions Trophy|
|Series result||2002/03 ICC Champions Trophy shared|
Who won the ICC Champions Trophy 2006?
|Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai|
|Toss||West Indies, elected to bat first|
|Player Of The Match||Shane Watson|
|Player Of The Series||Chris Gayle|
|Series result||Australia won the 2006/07 ICC Champions Trophy|
Who keeps the trophy in cricket?
the International Cricket Council
The actual trophy is kept by the International Cricket Council in its offices in Dubai but a replica, which is identical in all aspects apart from the inscription of the previous champions, is awarded to the winning team and remains in their possession.
Who won ICC KnockOut 2000?
The 2000 ICC KnockOut Trophy was a One Day International cricket tournament held in Kenya (which helped to increase the popularity of cricket in Kenya). New Zealand were crowned champions and cashed the winner’s cheque of US$250 000. It was their first win in a major ICC tournament.
Who won the ICC Champions Trophy 2005?
Scotland won the tournament, beating Ireland by 47 runs in the final…
Who is the best bowler in the world?
Men’s ODI Bowling Rankings
|Pos||Player||Career Best Rating|
|1||Trent Boult||770 v West Indies, 22/06/2019|
|2||Josh Hazlewood||733 v England, 26/01/2018|
|3||Mujeeb Ur Rahman||712 v Ireland, 24/01/2021|
|4||Chris Woakes||711 v Sri Lanka, 04/07/2021|
Where was the ICC Champions Trophy played in 2009?
The ICC board ratified the recommendation, and the event took place in South Africa between 22 September and 5 October 2009. Matches will be played at Wanderers Stadium and Centurion Park, both in the Johannesburg area.
Where was the Champions Trophy held in 2008?
Originally, the tournament was scheduled to be hosted by Pakistan in 2008, but due to security concerns it shifted to South Africa. It was the sixth ICC Champions Trophy, and was previously known as the ICC Knock-out. Two teams from two groups of four qualified for the semi-finals, and the final was staged in Centurion on 5 October.
Why was the Champions Trophy not held in South Africa?
On 22 August 2008, South Africa announced that it would not take part in the Champions Trophy due to security concerns. Two days later, on 24 August 2008, after speculation that the tournament would be held elsewhere (England, Sri Lanka, or South Africa), the ICC announced that the tournament would be postponed until October 2009.
Who was the founder of the Champions Trophy?
The Champions Trophy was the brainchild of Jagmohan Dalmiya, who was ICC president in the late 1990s. It had a dual aim of spreading the game to emerging nations and raising money for the ICC in between World Cups, thus enabling it to pump more cash into those fledgling cricket countries.