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ICC Champions Trophy has a number of records to its credit, right from the year of inception. Read on to know more.

Champions Trophy Records

Champions Trophy was initiated in the year 1998, with the aim of popularizing cricket in the non-test playing nations of the world. Initially known as ICC KnockOut Tournament, it has since been organized at a regular interval of two years. One of the most popular One Day International (ODI) cricket tournaments in the world, it usually stretches on for a period of two weeks, at the end of which the winning team is awarded with the trophy. Being more than a decade old, ICC Champions Trophy has a number of records to its credit. The most important ones have been mentioned below.

ICC Champions Trophy Records

  • Highest totals: 347/4, by New Zealand (v SA.) - 10 Sep 2004
  • Lowest totals: 65, by U.S.A. (v Australia) - 13 Sep 2004
  • Highest match aggregates: 636, by India & South Africa - 6 June 2013
  • Lowest match aggregates: 131, by Australia & South Africa - 13 Sep 2004
  • Most extras in an innings: 42, by Kenya (v India) - 11 Sep 2004
  • Most runs: 791 (17 match), by Chris Gayle (West Indies)
  • Highest scores: 145, by Nathan Astle (New Zealand) - 10 Sep 2004
  • Highest batting averages: 73.88, by SC Ganguly (India)
  • Highest strike rates: 102.00, by CD McMillan (NZ)
  • Most hundreds: 3, by HH Gibbs (SA), SC Ganguly (India) & CH Gayle (WI)
  • Most runs in a series: 474, by CH Gayle (WI) - 2006
  • Most ducks: 4, by Shane Watson (Australia)
  • Most wickets: 28, by Kyle Mills (NZ)
  • Best bowling averages: 1.66, by DM Benkenstein (SA)
  • Best economy rates: 1.30, by DM Benkenstein (SA)
  • Best bowling strike rates: 7.6, by DM Benkenstein (SA)
  • Most wickets in a series: 13, by JE Taylor (WI) - 2006
  • Most dismissals (wicket keeping): 33, by KC Sangakkara (SL)
  • Most dismissals in a series (wicket keeping): 15, by KC Sangakkara (SL) - 2006
  • Most catches: 15, by Mahela Jaywardene (Sri Lanka)
  • Most catches in a series: 9 by Ross Taylor (New Zealand) - 2009
  • Highest partnerships by runs: 252 runs, by SR Watson & RT Ponting (v England) - 02 Oct 2009.
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