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Asia Cup: A Look at the Champions from 1984 to 2018

Updated: September 29, 2018, 8:09 AM IST
 India led by Sunil Gavaskar celebrate after winning the tournament. (My Khel)
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India led by Sunil Gavaskar celebrate after winning the tournament. (My Khel)

 John Player Gold Leaf Trophy (Asia Cup) 1986<br />Final: Sri Lanka v Pakistan in Colombo<br />Sri Lanka won by 5 wickets<br />(In pic: Former Sri Lankan batsman Aravinda de Silva is in action. He scored 52 off 67 in the final)<br />(Image Credit: Getty Images)
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John Player Gold Leaf Trophy (Asia Cup) 1986
Final: Sri Lanka v Pakistan in Colombo
Sri Lanka won by 5 wickets
(In pic: Former Sri Lankan batsman Aravinda de Silva is in action. He scored 52 off 67 in the final)
(Image Credit: Getty Images)

 Wills Asia Cup 1988<br />Final: India v Sri Lanka in Dhaka<br />India won by 6 wickets<br />(In pic: Former India captain Dilip Vengsarkar with the winning trophy)<br />(Image Credit: Asian Cricket Council)
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Wills Asia Cup 1988
Final: India v Sri Lanka in Dhaka
India won by 6 wickets
(In pic: Former India captain Dilip Vengsarkar with the winning trophy)
(Image Credit: Asian Cricket Council)

 Asia Cup 1991<br />Final: India v Sri Lanka in Kolkata<br />India won by 7 wickets<br />(In pic: Sanjay Manjrekar scored 75 off 95 balls to help India chase down Sri Lanka's 204)<br />(Image Credit: Getty Images)
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Asia Cup 1991
Final: India v Sri Lanka in Kolkata
India won by 7 wickets
(In pic: Sanjay Manjrekar scored 75 off 95 balls to help India chase down Sri Lanka's 204)
(Image Credit: Getty Images)

 Pepsi Asia Cup 1995<br />Final: India vs Sri Lanka in United Arab Emirates<br />India won by 8 wickets<br />(Image Credit: Asian Cricket Council)
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Pepsi Asia Cup 1995
Final: India vs Sri Lanka in United Arab Emirates
India won by 8 wickets
(Image Credit: Asian Cricket Council)

 Pepsi Asia Cup 1997<br />Final: Sri Lanka v India in Colombo<br />Sri Lanka won by 8 wickets<br />(Image Credit: Asian Cricket Council)
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Pepsi Asia Cup 1997
Final: Sri Lanka v India in Colombo
Sri Lanka won by 8 wickets
(Image Credit: Asian Cricket Council)

 Asia Cup 2000<br />Final: Pakistan v Sri Lanka in Dhaka<br />Pakistan won by 39 runs<br />(Image Credit: Asian Cricket Council)
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Asia Cup 2000
Final: Pakistan v Sri Lanka in Dhaka
Pakistan won by 39 runs
(Image Credit: Asian Cricket Council)

 Asia Cup 2004<br />Final: Sri Lanka v India in Colombo<br />Sri Lanka won by 25 runs<br />(Image Credit: Asian Cricket Council)
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Asia Cup 2004
Final: Sri Lanka v India in Colombo
Sri Lanka won by 25 runs
(Image Credit: Asian Cricket Council)

 Asia Cup 2008<br />Final: India v Sri Lanka in Karachi<br />Sri Lanka won by 100 runs<br />(Image Credit: Asian Cricket Council)
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Asia Cup 2008
Final: India v Sri Lanka in Karachi
Sri Lanka won by 100 runs
(Image Credit: Asian Cricket Council)

 Asia Cup 2010<br />Final: Sri Lanka v India in Dambulla<br />India won by 81 runs<br />(Image Credit: Asian Cricket Council)
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Asia Cup 2010
Final: Sri Lanka v India in Dambulla
India won by 81 runs
(Image Credit: Asian Cricket Council)

 Asia Cup 2012<br />Final: Bangladesh v Pakistan in Dhaka<br />Pakistan won by 2 runs<br />(Image Credit: Asian Cricket Council)
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Asia Cup 2012
Final: Bangladesh v Pakistan in Dhaka
Pakistan won by 2 runs
(Image Credit: Asian Cricket Council)

 Asia Cup 2014<br />Final: Pakistan v Sri Lanka in Dhaka<br />Sri Lanka won by 5 wickets<br />(Image Credit: Asian Cricket Council)
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Asia Cup 2014
Final: Pakistan v Sri Lanka in Dhaka
Sri Lanka won by 5 wickets
(Image Credit: Asian Cricket Council)

 Asia Cup 2016 Final: India v Bangladesh in Dhaka. India won by 8 wickets. (Image: PTI)
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Asia Cup 2016 Final: India v Bangladesh in Dhaka. India won by 8 wickets. (Image: PTI)

 Asia Cup 2018 Final: India Vs Bangladesh in Dubai.<br />India won by 3 wickets. (Image: AP)
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Asia Cup 2018 Final: India Vs Bangladesh in Dubai.
India won by 3 wickets. (Image: AP)

Team Rankings

RankTeamPointsRating
1 India 4397 116
2 South Africa 3712 106
3 England 4722 105
4 New Zealand 2354 102
5 Australia 3663 102
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