ICC Champions Trophy, 2006
|Past Champions Trophy Record:
1998, Bangladesh: ICC Knockout Tournament
Bangladesh has been involved with the ICC Champions Trophy since the
very beginning. In it's first incarnation the tournament was purely knowckout
and was known as the ICC Knockout Tournament. While Bangladesh did not
participate in the inaugural tournament, this was held in Dhaka. New Zealand
and Zimbabwe played against each other to determine the final team for
the quarter-final stage. All other teams gained direct entry into the
quarter-finals. South Africa trounce the West Indies to win the trophy.
2000, Kenya: ICC Knockout Tournament
This edition was also played in the knock out format with Kenya and Bangladesh
making up the numbers. Three qualifying matches were played and the winners
joined the top five teams after the Supersix stage of the 1999 World Cup
into the quarter-finals. Bangladesh, Kenya and the West Indies did not
make it past the qualifying round.
- England vs Bangladesh at Nairobi - October 5, 2000
England beat Bangladesh by 8 Wickets. Bangladesh: 232/8 (50); England:
236/ 2 (43.5)
New Zealand went on to win the trophy beating India in the finals.
2002, Sri Lanka: ICC Champions Trophy
The 2002 ICC Champions Trophy was held in Sri Lanka, and the 12 teams
included Netherlands and Kenya. The teams were split into four pools of
three teams each. Bangladesh was placed in Pool 1 alongside Australia
and New Zealand and predictably lost both games. Full
- Australia v Bangladesh at Colombo - September 19, 2002
Australia won by 9 wickets. Bangladesh 129 (45.2 ov); Australia 133-1
- Bangladesh v New Zealand at Colombo - September 23, 2002
New Zealand won by 167 runs. New Zealand 244-9 (50 ov); Bangladesh 77
The final between India and Sri Lanka was washed out twice to leave no
2004, England: ICC Champions Trophy
The 2004 ICC Champions Trophy was held in England in September 2004.
Twelve teams, including the Test nations, together with Kenya and the
USA (their international debut). Bangladesh was placed in pool B along
with South Africa and the West Indies and as expected lost both pool games
The 2004 Trophy was won by the West Indies.
- Sout Africa vs Bangladesh at Edgbaston - September 11, 2004
South Africa 94-1 (17.4 overs) beat Bangladesh 93 all out (31.3 overs)
by nine wickets
- The West Indies vs Bangladesh at The Rose Bowl - September 14, 2004,
West Indies 269-3 (50 overs) beat Bangladesh 131 (39.3 overs) by 138