List of Champions Trophy 2017 results – Winners Pakistan

ICC Champions Trophy 2017 winner: Pakistan

1st match, Group A: England vs Bangladesh at The Brit Oval, London, June 1
Toss: Won by Eoin Morgan, who chose to field first
Bangladesh 305/6 (50 overs); England 308/2 (47.2 overs) | Player of the match: Joe Root (133*)
England won by 8 wickets

2nd match, Group A: Australia vs New Zealand at Edgbaston, Birmingham, June 2
Toss: Won by Kane Williamson, who chose to bat first
New Zealand: 291/10 (45 overs); Australia 53/3 (9 overs)
No-result

3rd match, Group B: South Africa vs Sri Lanka at The Brit Oval, London, June 3
Toss: won by Upul Tharanga, whose chose to field first
South Africa 299/6 (50 overs); Sri Lanka 203/10 (41.3 overs) | Player of the match: Imran Tahir (4/27)
The Proteas won by 96 runs

4th match, Group B: India vs Pakistan at Edgbaston, Birmingham, June 4
Toss: won by Sarfraz Ahmed, who chose to bowl first
India 319/3 (48 overs); Pakistan 164/9 (33.4 overs) | Player of the match: Yuvraj Singh (53 off 32 balls)
India beat Pakistan by 124 runs according to Duckworth-Lewis-Stern (DLS) method
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5th match, Group A: Australia vs Bangladesh, The Brit Oval, June 5
Toss: won by Bangladesh, who chose to bat first
Bangladesh 182/10 (44.3 overs); Australia 83/1 (16 overs)
No-result

6th match, Group A: England vs New Zealand, Sophia Gardens, June 6
Toss: Kane Willamson, who opted to bowl first
England 310/10 (49.3 overs); New Zealand 223/10 (44.3 overs) | Player of the match: Jake Ball (2/31)
England beat New Zealand by 87 runs

7th match, Group B: Pakistan vs South Africa, Edgbaston, June 7
Toss: AB de Villiers, who opted to bat first
South Africa 219/8 (50 overs); Pakistan 119/3 (27 overs) | Player of the match: Hasan Ali (3/24)
Pakistan beat South Africa by 19 runs (DLS par score 100)

8th match, Group B: India vs Srilanka, The Oval, June 8
Toss: Angelo Mathews, who opted to bowl first
India 321/6 (50 overs); Srilanka 322/3 (48.4 overs) | Player of the match: Kusal Mendis (89)
Srilanka beat India by 7 wickets
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9th match, Group A: New Zealand vs Bangladesh, Sophia Gardens, June 9
Toss: won by Kane Williamson, who opted to bat first
New Zealand 265/8 (50 overs); Bangladesh 268/5 (47.2 overs) | Player of the match: Shakib Al Hasan (0/52 and 114 off 115 balls, with the bat)
Bangladesh won by 5 wickets and knocked NZ out of CT 2017

10th match, Group A: England vs Australia, Edgbaston, June 10
Toss was won by Eoin Morgan, who chose to bowl first
Australia 277/9 (50 overs); England 240/4 (40.2 overs) | Player of the match: Ben Stokes (102*)
England beat Australia by 40 runs (DLS par score was 200)

11th match, Group B: India vs South Africa, The Brit Oval, June 11
Toss: won by Virat Kohli, who chose to bowl first
South Africa 191/10 (44.3 overs); India 193/2 (38 overs) | Player of the match: Jasprit Bumrah (2/28)
India beat South Africa by 8 wickets and progress to the semi-finals
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12th match, Group B: Pakistan vs Srilanka, Sophia Gardens, June 12
Toss was won by Sarfraz Ahmed, who elected to bowl first
Srilanka 236/10 (49.2 overs); Pakistan 237/7 (44.5 overs) | Player of the match: Sarfraz Ahmed (61*)
Pakistan won by 3 wickets and progress to the semi-finals

Semi-final 1: England vs Pakistan, Sophia Gardens, June 14
Toss: won by Sarfraz Ahmed, who opted to bowl first
England 211/10 (49.5 overs); Pakistan 215/2 (37.1 overs) | Player of the match: Hasan Ali (3/35)
Pakistan won by 8 wickets and progressed to the Final

Semi-final 2: Bangladesh vs India, Edgbaston, June 15
Toss: won by Virat Kohli, who chose to bowl first
Bangladesh 264/7 (50 overs); India 265/1 (40.1 overs) | Player of the match: Rohit Sharma (123*)
India won by 9 wickets
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Final: Pakistan vs India, The Brit Oval, London, June 18
Toss: won by Kohli, who chose to field first
Pakistan 338/4 (50 overs); India 158/10 (30.3 overs) | Player of the Final: Fakhar Zaman (114)
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Player of the Champions Trophy 2017: Hasan Ali, for taking 13/191 in five matches

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