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Sri Lanka host 2002 Champions Trophy. In ICC Champions Trophy 2002, also known as the mini World Cup, India and Sri Lanka were the joint winners.

Champions Trophy 2002

ICC Champions Trophy, one of the most prestigious cricket tournaments of today, made its debut in the year 1998. Initially, it was known as ICC Knock-out Tournament, but from 2002 onwards, the name was changed to Champions Trophy. The third edition of the Trophy was played in the year 2002, in Sri Lanka. Originally, the tournament was scheduled to be held in India. However, the venue was changed later on, mainly because of the reason that Indian government declined to offer an exemption from tax.

Groups
  • Grour A - Australia, Bangladesh, New Zealand
  • Grour B - India, England, Zimbabwe
  • Grour C - South Africa, West Indies, Kenya
  • Grour D - Pakistan, Srilanka, Netherlands

Participating Teams

Australia
Ricky Ponting (c), Adam Gilchrist, Michael Bevan, Andrew Bichel, Jason Gillespie, Nathan Hauritz, Matthew Hayden, Brett Lee, Darren Lehmann, Jimmy Maher, Damien Martyn, Glenn McGrath, Shane Warne, Shane Watson.

Bangladesh
Khaled Mashud (c), Al Sahariar, Alok Kapali, Fahim Muntasir, Habibul Bashar, Javed Omar, Khaled Mahmud, Manjural Islam, Mazharul Haque, Mohammad Ashraful, Mohammad Rafique, Talha Jubair, Tapash Baisya, Tushar Imran.

England
Nasser Hussain (c), Ian Blackwell, Andrew Caddick, Rikki Clarke, Dominic Cork, Ashley Giles, Matthew Hoggard, Ronnie Irani, James Kirtley, Nick Knight, Owais Shah, Jeremy Snape, Alec Stewart, Marcus Trescothick .

India
Sourav Ganguly (c), Rahul Dravid, Sachin Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag, Dinesh Mongia, Mohammad Kaif, Anil Kumble, Harbhajan Singh, Zaheer Khan, Ajit Agarkar, Yuvraj Singh, Jai Prakash Yadav, Ashish Nehra, VVS Laxman, Javagal Srinath.

Kenya
Steve Tikolo (c), Thomas Odoyo, Joseph Angara, Jimmy Kamande, Brijal Patel, Collins Obuya, David Obuya, Maurice Odumbe, Peter Ongondo, Lameck Onyango, Kennedy Otieno, Ravindu Shah, Tony Suji, Martin Suji.

Netherlands
Roland Lefebvre (c), Luuk van Troost, Daan van Bunge, Jacob-Jan Esmeijer, Victor Grandia, Feiko Kloppenburg, Tim de Leede, Hendrik-Jan Mol, Robert van Oosterom, Adeel Raja, Edgar Schiferli, Reinout Scholte, Nick Statham, Bas Zuiderent.

New Zealand
Stephen Fleming (c), Nathan Astle, Shane Bond, Chris Harris, Paul Hitchcock, Kyle Mills, Chris Nevin, Jacob Oram, Mathew Sinclair, Scott Styris, Glen Sulzberger, Daryl Tuffey, Daniel Vettori, Lou Vincent.

Pakistan
Waqar Younis (c), Inzamam-ul-Haq, Abdul Razzaq, Imran Nazir, Misbah-ul-Haq, Mohammad Sami, Rashid Latif, Saeed Anwar, Shahid Afridi, Shoaib Akhtar, Shoaib Malik, Wasim Akram, Younis Khan, Yousuf Youhana.

South Africa
Shaun Pollock (c), Dale Benkenstein, Nicky Boje, Mark Boucher, Alan Dawson, Boeta Dippenaar, Allan Donald, Herschelle Gibbs, Jacques Kallis, Lance Klusener, Makhaya Ntini, Justin Ontong, Jonty Rhodes, Graeme Smith, Robin Peterson .

Sri Lanka
Carl Hooper (c), Shivnarine Chanderpaul, Pedro Collins, Corey Collymore, Mervyn Dillon, Vasbert Drakes, Chris Gayle, Ryan Hinds, Wavell Hinds, Ridley Jacobs, Brian Lara, Runako Morton, Mahendra Nagamootoo, Ramnaresh Sarwan.

Zimbabwe
Heath Streak (c), Alistair Campbell, Stuart Carlisle, Dion Ebrahim, Sean Ervine, Andy Flower, Grant Flower, Travis Friend, Douglas Hondo, Douglas Marillier, Mpumelelo Mbangwa, Raymond Price, Tatenda Taibu, Guy Whittall.

Winners

  • Group Matches - India, South Africa, Australia and Sri Lanka
  • Semi Finals - India and Sri Lanka
  • Final - India and Sri Lanka

Statistics

  • Most Runs - Virender Sehwag (271)
  • Highest Score - Andy Flower (145)
  • Most Wickets - Muttiah Muralitharan (10)
  • Best Economy Rate (Qualification of 30 Balls) - Kumar Dharmasena (1.55)
  • Best Bowling Figures - Glenn McGrath (5/37)
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