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Kenya host Champions Trophy 2000, then known as 2000 ICC KnockOut Trophy, resulted in New Zealand being declared as the winner.

Champions Trophy 2000

Champions Trophy, popularly known as the mini World Cup today, made its debut in the year 1998, as ICC KnockOut Trophy. A One Day International (ODI) cricket tournament, it was started with the aim of popularizing cricket in the non-Test playing nations of the world. The second tournament of the Champions Trophy was played in the year 2000 and was then known by the name of ICC KnockOut Trophy 2000.

Just like the debut tournament, 2000 ICC KnockOut Trophy was also an ODI championship, which was played in Kenya. There were a total of 11 teams that took part in the tournament. To select the eight teams for quarter finals, pre-quarter final was played between six teams, out of which 3 went ahead. The final was played between New Zealand and India, with the former emerging as the winner. With this, New Zealand clinched their first win in a major ICC tournament.

Participating Teams (Quarter Finals)

Australia
Steve Waugh (c), Adam Gilchrist (wk), Michael Bevan, Jason Gillespie, Ian Harvey, Mark Higgs, Brett Lee, Shane Lee, Damien Martyn, Glenn McGrath, Ricky Ponting, Andrew Symonds, Mark Waugh, Bradley Young.

England
Nasser Hussain (c), Mark Alleyne, Andy Caddick, Mark Ealham, Andrew Flintoff, Ashley Giles, Paul Grayson, Darren Gough, Matthew Hoggard, Graeme Hick, Vikram Solanki, Alec Stewart (wk), Marcus Trescothick, Graham Thorpe.

India
Sourav Ganguly (c), Sachin Tendulkar, Ajit Agarkar, Hemang Badani, Rahul Dravid, Vinod Kambli, Anil Kumble, Sunil Joshi, Robin Singh, Yuvraj Singh, Sridharan Sriram, Venkatesh Prasad, Vijay Dahiya (wk), Zaheer Khan.

New Zealand
Stephen Fleming (c), Geoff Allott, Nathan Astle, Chris Cairns, Chris Harris, Craig McMillan, Dion Nash, Chris Nevin, Adam Parore (wk), Craig Spearman, Scott Styris, Glen Sulzberger, Roger Twose, Paul Wiseman.

Pakistan
Moin Khan (c & wk), Inzamam-ul-Haq, Abdul Razzaq, Arshad Khan, Azhar Mahmood, Faisal Iqbal, Ijaz Ahmed, Imran Nazir, Saeed Anwar, Saleem Elahi, Saqlain Mushtaq, Waqar Younis, Wasim Akram, Yousuf Youhana.

South Africa
Shaun Pollock (c), Mark Boucher (wk), Shafiek Abrahams, Nicky Boje, Allan Donald, Boeta Dippenaar, Andrew Hall, Jacques Kallis, Gary Kirsten, Lance Klusener, Neil McKenzie, Makhaya Ntini, Jonty Rhodes, Roger Telemachus.

Sri Lanka
Sanath Jayasuriya (c), Marvan Atapattu, Russel Arnold, Upul Chandana, Kumar Dharmasena, Avishka Gunawardene, Mahela Jayawardene, R. Kaluwitharana (wk), Muttiah Muralitharan, Kumar Sangakkara, Eric Upashantha, Chaminda Vaas, P. Wickramasinghe, Nuwan Zoysa.

West Indies
SL Campbell, (c), CO Browne (wk), BC Lara, WW Hinds, SC Joseph, MN Samuels, LR Williams, MV Nagamootoo, NAM McLean, M Dillon, KCB Jeremy.

Zimbabwe
Heath Streak (c), Guy Whittall, Alistair Campbell, Stuart Carlisle, Andrew Flower (wk), Grant Flower, Pommie Mbangwa, Mluleki Nkala, Henry Olonga, Gavin Rennie, Paul Strang, Mark Vermeulen, Dirk Viljoen, Craig Wishart.

Winners

  • Pre-Quarter-Finals - India, Sri Lanka and England
  • Quarter Finals - India, Pakistan, New Zealand and South Africa
  • Semi Finals - New Zealand and India
  • Final - New Zealand
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