|Year||Host Nation(s)||Winner||Runner-up||Result||Player of Tournament||Highest run scorer||Highest wicket taker|
|1998||Bangladesh||South Africa||West Indies||South Africa won by 4 wickets||Jacques Kallis||Philo Wallace (221 runs)||Jacques Kallis (8 wickets)|
|2000||Kenya||New Zealand||India||New Zealand won by 4 wickets||Not awarded||Sourav Ganguly (348 runs)||Venkatesh Prasad (8 wickets)|
|2002||Sri Lanka||Sri Lanka and India||None||India and Sri Lanka declared joint winners||Not awarded||Virender Sehwag (271 runs)||Muttiah Muralitharan (10 wickets)|
|2004||England||West Indies||England||West Indies won by 2 wickets||Ramnaresh Sarwan||Marcus Trescothick (261 runs)||Andrew Flintoff (9 wickets)|
|2006||India||Australia||West Indies||Australia won by 8 wickets||Chris Gayle||Chris Gayle (474 runs)||Jerome Taylor (13 wickets)|
|2009||South Africa||Australia||New Zealand||Australia won 6 wickets||Ricky Ponting||Ricky Ponting (288 runs)||Wayne Parnell (11 wickets)|
|2013||England and Wales||India||England||India won by 5 runs||Shikhar Dhawan||Shikhar Dhawan (363 runs)||Wayne Parnell (12 wickets)|
|2017||England and Wales||Pakistan||India||Pakistan won by 180 runs||Hasan Ali||Shikhar Dhawan (338 runs)||Hasan Ali (13 wickets)|
The Champions Trophy is an ODI cricket tournament organised by the sport’s world governing body International Cricket Council (ICC). It was inaugurated in 1998 as the ICC KnockOut Tournament and the name was later changed to the Champions Trophy in 2002.
South Africa, India, Pakistan, Australia, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, West Indies and England have been the prominent teams participating in the tournament. They were joined by few associate countries or non-test playing nations like Bangladesh, Kenya, Netherlands, United States and Zimbabwe till 2006.
However, since the 2009 edition, only top eight ranked teams are eligible to play in the tournament.
Chris Gayle (791 runs) of West Indies has the most runs by any batsman in this tournament, followed by Mahela Jayawardene (742 runs) of Sri Lanka and Shikhar Dhawan (701 runs) of India.
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Among all, Shikhar Dhawan (101.59) has the highest strike-rate, while Nathan Astle (145*) and Andy Flower (145) hold the record for the highest individual score of the tournament, which they made against the United States in 2004 and against India in 2002, respectively.
Kyle Mills (28 wickets) of New Zealand has picked up the most number of wickets in the history of the tournament. He is followed by Lasith Malinga (25 wickets) and Muttiah Muralitharan (24 wickets), both from Sri Lanka.
Muralitharan’s 3.60 is the lowest economy of the tournament. Farveez Maharoof (6/14) of Sri Lanka and Josh Hazelwood (6/52) of Australia hold the record of best bowling figures in an innings, which they made against West Indies in 2006 and against New Zealand in 2017 respectively.