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    In pics: Memorable moments from past ICC Champions Trophy editions

    • Sachin Tendulkar downed Australia in the 1998 quarter-finals in Dhaka with a majestic 141 off 128 balls and 4 for 38 with the ball. (Getty Images)

    • Jacques Kallis was a major player in South Africa's run to winning the Wills International Cup in 1998 with 164 runs and eight wickets. His unbeaten 113 off 100 balls knocked Sri Lanka out of the semi-finals. (AFP)

    • Kallis took 5 for 30 in the final at Dhaka on November 1, 1998 as South Africa beat West Indies by four wickets to claim their first major trophy. (AFP)

    • India knocked Australia out of the ICC Knockout in Kenya in the quarter-finals. One of the highlight of that 20-run win was Zaheer Khan's yorker to Steve Waugh in the 43 moment in the young fast bowler's career. (Getty Images)

    • New Zealand beat Pakistan in a thriller of semi-final at Nairobi on October 11, 200. Chasing 253, they were 187 for 6 before Craig McMillan and Scott Styris steered New Zealand home with an over to spare. (Getty Images)

    • In the second semi-final on October 13, India beat South Africa by 95 runs. Sourav Ganguly was Man of the Match for his unbeaten 141 which included 11 fours and six sixes. (Getty Images)

    • Chris Cairns carried New Zealand to victory in the ICC KnockOut final with a superb 102 not out as favourites India were beaten by four wickets in a thrilling climax to the tournament. (Getty Images)

    • Virender Sehwag scored a ballistic century against England during a league match at Colombo. His 126 off 104 dominated an opening stand of 192 with fellow centurion Ganguly as India won by eight wickets (Getty Images)

    • India beat South Africa an exhilarating semi-final. The match was heading toward a dull climax before South Africa lost wickets to hand India victory by 10 runs. (Getty Images)

    • Sri Lanka upset fancied Australia in the second semi-final by bowling out the World Cup winners for 162 en route to a seven-wicket win. (AFP)

    • The USA made their international debut at the 2004 edition hosted by England, but were no match for the big teams. After losing to New Zealand by 210 runs, USA were hammered by Australia with Jason Gillespie taking four wickets. (Getty Images)

    • Shoaib Akhtar took four wickets in Pakistan’s three-wicket win at The Oval that knocked India out of the tournament in 2004. (Getty Images)

    • Michael Vaughan followed his 2 for 42 with a classy 86 as England beat Australia by six wickets in the first 2004 semi-final at Edgbaston. (Getty Images)

    • Ramnaresh Sarwan guided West Indies into the 2004 final with an unbeaten 56 as Pakistan were beaten by seven wickets with 131 deliveries remaining. (Getty Images)

    • West Indies' ninth-wicket pair of Ian Bradshaw and Courtney Browne put 71 to take the Caribbean team to a thrilling two-wicket win over England in the final at The Oval. (Getty Images)

    • Sri Lanka's Farveez Maharoof took 6 for 14, the best-ever figures in the Champions Trophy, as Sri Lanka bowled defending champions West Indies out for 80 as the 2006 edition got underway in India. (AFP)

    • Adbul Razzaq helped Pakistan pull off a thrilling four-wicket win over Sri Lanka in the third match of the 2006 tournament at Mohali. The allrounder followed his 4 for 50 by hitting an unbeaten 38 off 24 balls. (AFP)

    • West Indies bounced back with a 10-run win over Australia in Mumbai, which saw a superb slower ball from Dwayne Bravo sucker Michael Clarke into popping back a return catch. (Getty Images)

    • Chris Gayle's 133 not out ensured West Indies made their second Champions Trophy final in a row and eliminated South Africa in the knock-out stage of an ICC tournament once again. (Getty Images)

    • The 2009 edition was held in South Africa and began with the hosts getting a rude shock in the opening game at Centurion, where Sri Lanka won by 55 runs thanks to Tillakaratne Dilshan's 92-ball 106. (Getty Images)

    • Pakistan fans were given plenty to cheer about when their team beat India by 54 runs in the sixth match at Centurion. (Getty Images)

    • Brett Lee and Nathan Hauritz overcame a dramatic collapse to beat Pakistan by two wickets off the last ball and ensure Australia’s progression to a fourth Champions Trophy final. (Getty Images)

    • New Zealand knocked Pakistan out in the semi-finals courtesy a five-wicket win which owed plenty to Grant Elliott's 75 not out in a successful chase of 234 at Johannesburg. (Getty Images)

    • Shane Watson followed a century against England in the semi-finals with an unbeaten 105 as Australia beat New Zealand by six wickets to hold on to the Champions Trophy title. (Getty Images)

    • The 2002 edition of the Champions Trophy was hosted by Sri Lanka and one of the early highlights of an otherwise dull tournament was South Africa's last-ball win over West Indies. The sixth ball was a wide and Nicky Boje ran a single to get Alan Dawson on strike, who edged the last ball for four. (Getty Images)