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Many many records in one match.

Many many records in one match.

Pakistan, who won the ICC Champions Trophy title for the first time, lost their last match to India by an innings and 180 runs in the final of the London Olympics. After losing the toss, Azhar Ali (59) and Fakhar Zaman (114) put on 128 for the first wicket to finish the match with a huge 338 runs to win Pakistan 4 wickets in the match.

On the other hand, 159 balls left for 158 runs. Hardik Pandya, who scored the highest score of 43 in India, scored 76 runs.

Notable statistics for the eight Champions Trophy finals:

World Cup, Champions Trophy, and Twenty20 World Cup, ICC World Cup, fourth World Pakistan to win all the trophies The team won the 1992 World Cup, the 2009 World Cup in England and the Champions Trophy. West Indies, India, and Sri Lanka are the other three nations to win the ICC all the titles.

Yuvraj Singh is part of the 7 ICC event finals. He took part in the final of the recently concluded tournament after the 2003 and 2011 World Cup, 2007 and 2013 T20 World Cup and 2000, Champions of the Champions Trophy. Which is the highest number of any player. Yuvraj, who topped the six finals, has Kumar Sangakkara, Mahela Jayawardene and Ricky Ponting all over the top.

18 years, 257 days, the youngest player to win a final of the ICC ODI

Tournament, Shadab Khan Prior to this, Yuvraj Singh (18 years 308 days) was the owner of this record in the 2000 Champions Champions Trophy. Earlier, Pakistan’s Aqib Javed, who was the youngest of the records, was the owner of this record. In the 1992 World Cup final, Jabed was 19 years and 233 days old.

After 13 years, the opening pair of Pakistan’s 100 or more runs scored. Azhar Ali-Fakhr Zaman scored 118 runs in the semifinal against England in the semi-final before being 128 in the opening match. In 2003, Yasir Hamid and Imran Farhat scored the record against New Zealand at home in December 2003.

252 The record of Fakhar Zaman’s first match of any Pakistani player in the first four ODIs. Salim Elahi, who scored 229 runs at an average, was the owner of this record for the country. At the same time, Zaman made a record of the highest score of any Pakistani player in the Champions Trophy. Now the world’s sixth and Pakistan’s first player to score three Half Centuries plus in his first ODI series after Novoyet Sidhu, Rabindra Shah, Tom Cooper, Peter Forrest and Usman Gani are also now.

Pakistan’s player of the tournament, before Fakhr Zaman, scored a century in Pakistan’s final. Saeed Anwar, the other player to score a century in the knockout stage of the ICC event is Saeed Anwar. He did three centuries. Zaman, the second player to score a century in the Champions Trophy. Saeed Anwar scored two centuries in 2000 in Kenya.

114 India’s highest run-rate in Pakistan’s debut match against Zaheer Zaman Salman Butt, Pakistan’s second player to score a century against India in the inaugural match In 2004, Butt scored 108 runs in Kolkata.

3 Indian bowlers who spent more than 60 runs in the Champions Trophy final The three are – Ravichandran Ashwin 70, Jasprit Bumrah and Rabindra Jadeja, respectively, with 68 and 67 runs respectively. Earlier, England’s Darren Gough, who scored a maximum of 58 against the West Indies at the Oval in 2004, gave Darren Gough

338/4 Pakistan’s second highest run scorer against India in ODIs Pakistan scored 244 runs in Karachi in the highest of 8 in 2004. It was the second highest run-getter in the Champions Trophy after 359 runs from 4 wickets at the Oval in 2004.

Highest score in the Champions Trophy:

Team Score Opponent Venue Date result

New Zealand 359/4 United States won Oval September 10, 2004

Pakistan won 338/4 India Oval on 18 June 2018

India 331/7 South Africa Cardiff won 6 June 2013

England 323/8 South Africa win the Century 27 September 2009

Sri Lanka 3/22/3 India Oval won June 8, 2017

India 321/6 Sri Lanka Oval 8 June 2017 defeats

22.00 The batting average of Virat Kohli in the eight one-day finals. In the eight innings at 77.77 strike rate, his total run is only 154. Out of which, maximum 43 runs in the 2013 Champions Trophy final against England at Edgbaston.

Hardcore Pandey’s half century in 32 balls. In the ICC One-Day tournament, which is the lowest in this period. Australia’s Adam Gilchrist, who scored this record in the past, He made a half-century off 33 against Pakistan in 1999, against Pakistan. Earlier on the same day, Mohammad Hafeez had scored a half century in 34 balls.

Sixteen number of finals in the final. Pakistan and six of India’s nine have been defeated. This is the highest chunky innings in the Champions Trophy match. There are 14 sixes in the 2004 World Cup in the New Zealand-United States and England and South Africa in 2009 in Centurion.

Step 1: Good bowling figure. In the Champions Trophy final, Hasan Ali’s three for 19 and Mohammad Aamer’s one-wicket stand of three wickets for 16 runs with a good bowling figure. South Africa’s Jacques Kallis scored 5 for 30 against the West Indies at the ICC Knockout World Cup in Dhaka in 1996.

Pakistan’s biggest win over India against 180 runs in the win. Earlier, Pakistan’s biggest 159-run win against India came in 2005 in Delhi

The biggest difference between the Champions Trophy (considering the run)

Party spacing opponent venue date

Pakistan scored 180 runs in Oval on 18 June 2017

New Zealand have scored 210 runs in the Oval on September 10, 2004

Sri Lanka 206 runs Netherlands Colombo 17 September 2004

England 152 runs in Zimbabwe Birmingham September 10. 2004

 South Africa 176 runs in Kenya Colombo on 20 September. 2002

New Zealand 167 runs Bangladesh Colombo 23 September. 2002

Australia 164 runs New Zealand Colombo 15 September.2002

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