The 2002 ICC Champions Trophy was a cricket tournament that was held in Sri Lanka in 2002. It was the third edition of the ICC Champions Trophy – the first two having been known as the ICC Knock Out Tournaments. The tournament was due to be held in India, but was switched to Sri Lanka when an exemption from tax in India was not granted. Fifteen matches were to be played in the tournament including two semi-finals and a final match. All the matches were played in Colombo at two grounds: R. Premadasa Stadium and Sinhalese Sports Club Ground. It was the first time that the teams of all International Cricket Council (ICC) member nations visited Sri Lanka to participate in a cricket tournament.

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  • L'ICC Champions Trophy de 2002 fut la troisième édition de l'ICC Champions Trophy, qui est une compétition internationale de cricket. Ce fut la première fois qu'elle s'est déroulée sous cette appellation, les deux premières éditions portant le nom d'ICC Knockout. Elle s'est jouée du 12 au 30 septembre 2002 en Angleterre. Les 12 équipes engagées disputèrent un total de 15 matchs. Le titre a été partagé entre l'Inde et le Sri Lanka, la finale du tournoi ayant été annulée par deux fois pour cause de pluie. (fr)
  • Die ICC Champions Trophy 2002 war ein One-Day International-Cricket-Turnier, das zwischen dem 12. und 30. September 2002 in Sri Lanka ausgetragen wurde. Im Finale konnte kein Sieger ermittelt werden, da Regenfälle zwei Tage lang eine reguläre Austragung behinderten. Somit wurden beide Finalisten, Indien und Sri Lanka, zum Turniersieger erklärt. Austragungsorte waren zwei Stadien in Colombo. (de)
  • The 2002 ICC Champions Trophy was a cricket tournament that was held in Sri Lanka in 2002. It was the third edition of the ICC Champions Trophy – the first two having been known as the ICC Knock Out Tournaments. The tournament was due to be held in India, but was switched to Sri Lanka when an exemption from tax in India was not granted. Fifteen matches were to be played in the tournament including two semi-finals and a final match. All the matches were played in Colombo at two grounds: R. Premadasa Stadium and Sinhalese Sports Club Ground. It was the first time that the teams of all International Cricket Council (ICC) member nations visited Sri Lanka to participate in a cricket tournament. Twelve teams competed: the 10 Test-playing nations plus Kenya who has full One Day International (ODI) status and the 2001 ICC Trophy winners the Netherlands. The teams were split into four pools of three teams each. Each team played the other two teams in its pool once, and the four teams that lead in each pool proceeded to the Semi Finals. Australia lost to Sri Lanka in the first semi-final whereas India defeated South Africa in the second semi final. The Final between India and Sri Lanka was washed out twice, to leave no result. Virender Sehwag was the highest run-scorer of the tournament and Muttiah Muralitharan was the highest wicket-taker. (en)
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  • 2002-09-27 (xsd:date)
  • --09-30
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  • Virender Sehwag
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  • Muttiah Muralitharan
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  • 2002 (xsd:integer)
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  • 2004 (xsd:integer)
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  • 12 (xsd:integer)
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  • 2000 (xsd:integer)
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  • 2000 (xsd:integer)
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  • Zimbabwe were fined 2 overs for a slow over rate
  • Match rained out twice. India and Sri Lanka declared co-champions.
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  • won by 2 wickets
  • won by 7 wickets
  • won by 8 wickets
  • won by 9 wickets
  • won by 164 runs
  • won by 167 runs
  • won by 29 runs
  • won by 10 runs
  • won by 108 runs
  • won by 14 runs
  • won by 176 runs
  • won by 206 runs
  • No result. India and Sri Lanka are declared as co-champions
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  • Brian Lara 111
  • Alok Kapali 45
  • Chris Gayle 49
  • Damien Martyn 73
  • Ian Blackwell 82
  • Imran Nazir 59
  • Jonty Rhodes 61
  • Mathew Sinclair 70
  • Matthew Hayden 67*
  • Roland Lefebvre 32
  • Shane Bond 26
  • Steve Tikolo 93
  • Tushar Imran 20
  • Andy Flower 145
  • Heath Streak 50*
  • Herschelle Gibbs 116
  • Marcus Trescothick 119
  • Marvan Atapattu 101
  • Marvan Atapattu 51
  • Mohammad Kaif 111
  • Saeed Anwar 52
  • Sanath Jayasuriya 102*
  • Shane Warne 36
  • Steve Tikolo 69
  • Tim de Leede 31
  • Virender Sehwag 126
  • Yuvraj Singh 62
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  • 77 (xsd:integer)
  • 86 (xsd:integer)
  • 129 (xsd:integer)
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  • Asoka de Silva and David Shepherd
  • Asoka de Silva and Russell Tiffin
  • Daryl Harper and Srinivasaraghavan Venkataraghavan
  • Dave Orchard and Russell Tiffin
  • Rudi Koertzen and Dave Orchard
  • David Shepherd and Srinivasaraghavan Venkataraghavan
  • Asoka de Silva and Rudi Koertzen
  • Dave Orchard and David Shepherd
  • David Shepherd and Russell Tiffin
  • Steve Bucknor and Daryl Harper
  • Steve Bucknor and Dave Orchard
  • Steve Bucknor and Rudi Koertzen
  • Steve Bucknor and Russell Tiffin
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  • Feiko Kloppenburg 1/23
  • Glenn McGrath 5/37
  • Jacob Oram 2/60
  • Jacques Kallis 2/41
  • Jason Gillespie 3/20
  • Mervyn Dillon 4/60
  • Mohammad Ashraful 3/26
  • Mohammad Rafique 1/32
  • Pedro Collins 3/18
  • Shahid Afridi 3/18
  • Shane Bond 4/21
  • Steve Tikolo 2/49
  • Adeel Raja 2/50
  • Ashish Nehra 2/49
  • Collins Obuya 2/77
  • Dale Benkenstein 3/5
  • Douglas Hondo 4/45
  • Douglas Hondo 4/62
  • Glenn McGrath 2/41
  • Ian Blackwell 1/46
  • Muttiah Muralitharan 3/26
  • Muttiah Muralitharan 3/29
  • Muttiah Muralitharan 4/15
  • Ronnie Irani 4/37
  • Shaun Pollock 3/43
  • Virender Sehwag 3/25
  • Wasim Akram 1/42
  • Zaheer Khan 4/45
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  • L'ICC Champions Trophy de 2002 fut la troisième édition de l'ICC Champions Trophy, qui est une compétition internationale de cricket. Ce fut la première fois qu'elle s'est déroulée sous cette appellation, les deux premières éditions portant le nom d'ICC Knockout. Elle s'est jouée du 12 au 30 septembre 2002 en Angleterre. Les 12 équipes engagées disputèrent un total de 15 matchs. Le titre a été partagé entre l'Inde et le Sri Lanka, la finale du tournoi ayant été annulée par deux fois pour cause de pluie. (fr)
  • Die ICC Champions Trophy 2002 war ein One-Day International-Cricket-Turnier, das zwischen dem 12. und 30. September 2002 in Sri Lanka ausgetragen wurde. Im Finale konnte kein Sieger ermittelt werden, da Regenfälle zwei Tage lang eine reguläre Austragung behinderten. Somit wurden beide Finalisten, Indien und Sri Lanka, zum Turniersieger erklärt. Austragungsorte waren zwei Stadien in Colombo. (de)
  • The 2002 ICC Champions Trophy was a cricket tournament that was held in Sri Lanka in 2002. It was the third edition of the ICC Champions Trophy – the first two having been known as the ICC Knock Out Tournaments. The tournament was due to be held in India, but was switched to Sri Lanka when an exemption from tax in India was not granted. Fifteen matches were to be played in the tournament including two semi-finals and a final match. All the matches were played in Colombo at two grounds: R. Premadasa Stadium and Sinhalese Sports Club Ground. It was the first time that the teams of all International Cricket Council (ICC) member nations visited Sri Lanka to participate in a cricket tournament. (en)
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  • 2002 ICC Champions Trophy (en)
  • ICC Champions Trophy 2002 (de)
  • Trophée des champions de l'ICC de 2002 (fr)
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