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ICC Champions Trophy 2004

ODI - Sep 10, 2004 to Sep 25, 2004
Played Date Matches Place Man of the Match Result
Sep 25, 2004 England 217-10 Vs West Indies 218-8 Kennington Oval, Kennington, England IDR Bradshaw West Indies won by 2 wickets
Sep 22, 2004 Pakistan 131-10 Vs West Indies 132-3 The Rose Bowl, Southampton, England RR Sarwan West Indies won by 7 wickets
Sep 21, 2004 Australia 259-9 Vs England 262-4 Edgbaston, Birmingham, England MP Vaughan England won by 6 wickets
Sep 19, 2004 India 200-10 Vs Pakistan 201-7 Edgbaston, Birmingham, England Mohammad Yousuf Pakistan won by 3 wickets
Sep 18, 2004 South Africa 246-6 Vs West Indies 249-5 Kennington Oval, Kennington, England RR Sarwan West Indies won by 5 wickets
Sep 17, 2004 England 251-7 Vs Sri Lanka 95-5 The Rose Bowl, Southampton, England A Flintoff England won by 49 runs (D/L)
Sep 16, 2004 New Zealand 198-9 Vs Australia 199-3 Kennington Oval, Kennington, England A Symonds Australia won by 7 wickets
Sep 15, 2004 West Indies 269-3 Vs Bangladesh 131-10 The Rose Bowl, Southampton, England CH Gayle West Indies won by 138 runs
Sep 14, 2004 Zimbabwe 191-10 Vs Sri Lanka 195-6 Kennington Oval, Kennington, England E Chigumbura Sri Lanka won by 4 wickets
Sep 14, 2004 Kenya 94-10 Vs Pakistan 95-3 Edgbaston, Birmingham, England Shahid Afridi Pakistan won by 7 wickets
Sep 13, 2004 United States of America 65-10 Vs Australia 66-1 The Rose Bowl, Southampton, England MS Kasprowicz Australia won by 9 wickets
Sep 12, 2004 Bangladesh 93-10 Vs South Africa 94-1 Edgbaston, Birmingham, England CK Langeveldt South Africa won by 9 wickets
Sep 11, 2004 India 290-4 Vs Kenya 192-7 The Rose Bowl, Southampton, England SC Ganguly India won by 98 runs
Sep 10, 2004 New Zealand 347-4 Vs United States of America 137-10 Kennington Oval, Kennington, England NJ Astle New Zealand won by 210 runs
Sep 10, 2004 England 299-7 Vs Zimbabwe 147-10 Edgbaston, Birmingham, England PD Collingwood England won by 152 runs

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