In the last 20 years, some of the best One-Day International games have been played at this competition. The eleventh Champions Trophy is the best one ever put together.

The ICC Champions Trophy 2017 is the eighth time this prestigious tournament has been held. According to ICC champions trophy breaking newsit started in 1998 as the ICC Knockout and is now called the Mini World. Even though the competition’s importance has been questioned in light of the World Cup and the World T20, there’s no denying that it’s one of cricket’s most prestigious awards. Many people have said that this competition is harder than the World Cup.

Australia and India are the only teams to have won the Champions Trophy more than once. India was a co-champion in 2002, and after winning this competition in 2013, they are still the champion. In 2006 and 2009, Australia won two tournaments in a row. India wins 71.4% of the time, while Australia only wins 63.2% of the time. Along with South Africa, which is the defending champion, and England, which is hosting the tournament, these two teams are heavy favourites to win the eighth edition.

In the last 20 years, some of the best One-Day International games have been played at this competition. The eleventh Champions Trophy is the best one ever put together.

Chris Gayle

West Indies being kicked out of the tournament is a huge letdown. This makes it impossible for Gayle to take part in this competition, which is a shame. Chris Gayle, a famous player from Jamaica, now has the most runs scored of any player. He was a big reason why the West Indies won in 2004. In 2006, when they were trying to defend, he hit three hundreds and was named the most valuable player of the tournament. But after Australia, his team came in second. Gayle is the team’s opener, and he has a great record as a batter. He has also taken 17 wickets as a spin bowler.

Shikhar Dhawan

Dhawan has made a big impression at his one and only tournament. In 2013, he did a lot to help India win, but he scored the most runs. Gayle needs a wonderful friend like Dhawan in order to reach the top.

Sourav Ganguly

There don’t seem to be any plans to stop the flow of people who use the other hand as their dominant hand. But in this case, it’s clear what to do. Ganguly is the obvious first choice for the XI best players of all time in the Champions Trophy. In the year 2000, he set fire to the city of Nairobi. In the semi-final against South Africa, his hundred was the score that won the game. Two days later, in the final, he scored another 100, but Chris Cairns’s blitz helped New Zealand win the competition.

Ganguly’s strong batting and ability to lead helped India and Sri Lanka win together in 2002. It was a bit strange when England played against the hundred. During the first 192 runs they made together, he sat still while Sehwag destroyed the English bowlers. Then, he and Sachin Tendulkar scored 71 runs in 49 balls as the third wicket. Tendulkar only scored 9 runs in 20 balls. Even with Tendulkar at the crease, the Indian batting order had never been this strong before.

Ganguly was chosen as captain because he has led India to two finals and has won 75% of the games he has played in.

Virat Kohli

Kohli gets to start in this competition because he has done well in the past. Some people will say that Damien Martyn should have been here because he was so strong in 2006. After 7 innings, Kohli’s batting average is 67.75, while Martyn’s is 61.50 after 11 innings. Kohli’s strike rate is close to 87, while Martyn’s was 74 runs per 100 balls.

Kohli makes the cut to keep things even between the smooth Australian and the Indian run machine. Lower in the order, there isn’t enough hitting power, so Kohli has the advantage because of his high strike rate.

Jacques Kallis

Kallis was a very important part of the South African team that won the Champions Trophy in 1998. This was the only time that a team led by Hansie Cronje won an ICC tournament. In the semi-final, he scored 100 runs without losing a wicket against the Sri Lankans, who went on to win the game. In the final, he took five wickets. Kallis has been one of the most reliable players throughout the season. He has scored over 650 runs and taken 20 wickets. He bats in the middle of the team’s lineup and bowls as the third seamer, giving the team a steady presence.

Rahul Dravid 

No one stands out as someone who would be a great fit for this job. Kumar Sangakkara, Adam Gilchrist, and Brendon McCullum haven’t exactly set the Champions Trophy world on fire. In the same way, Dravid has kept wickets in two editions and done more than a good job both times. At the Champions Trophy, Dravid kept wicket in 6 of the 19 ODIs he played, and he was responsible for 8 dismissals.

Dravid got as many as six fifties in the Champions Trophy and was a key part of the legendary Indian batting lineup of the 2000s. He will bat sixth for this team because he has hit well in this event.

Kyle Mills

At last, a New Zealander has made it. Again, he should be one of the first names on the list for the Champions Trophy starting eleven. Mills has taken more wickets in this competition than any other bowler. In 2002, when New Zealand was the champion, he played his first game. He got three wickets at 20.67, but the New Zealand team still lost in the group stage. Even in the 2004 movie, he didn’t stand out.

Muttiah Muralitharan 

It doesn’t matter much. Murali is the best bowler in both the history of international cricket and the history of this competition. In 2002, when the event was held in Colombo, Murali took the most wickets (10 for 7). On the economic scale, it was a 2.78. Because of this, Sri Lanka tied for first place.

He kept being dangerous in the subcontinent. At the end of the year, he had 9 wickets, an economy rate of 3.29, and an average of just over 20. Only in South Africa in 2009 did the spin master fail to impress. He only took one wicket in two games and gave up runs at a rate of more than 5 for 9. Sri Lanka lost every single game they played, which didn’t surprise anyone. Murali had shown that he was good enough to lead the spin attack with this line-up.

Glenn McGrath 

McGrath is the best pace bowler on this team, and there’s a good reason for that: he rarely gives up runs and often gets important wickets. He’s not just good with numbers; when it mattered, he made a difference.

After Tendulkar beat him up in Nairobi, his start to the Champions Trophy was not good. After being away for two years, he came back with a vengeance. In a match against New Zealand at SSC, he took five wickets.

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