ICC Champions Trophy 2017: Fakhar Zaman says his 'heart sank' when he was caught off a no ball in final
Fakhar Zaman said, “When I was caught behind, my heart sank... started making my way back to the dressing room with all my hopes and dreams crushed."
Jasprit Bumrah slams Jaipur traffic police over billboard inspired by bowler's no-ball against Pakistan
Jasprit Bumrah's no-ball in ICC Champions Trophy 2017 Final against Pakistan proved to be costly later on in the match.
15 villagers charged with sedition for celebrating Pakistan's victory over India dropped, but could still be put behind bars for cheering for arch-rivals.
Champions Trophy 2017: Pakistan's win over India restored much-needed sense of proportion to rivalry
India's defeat to Pakistan in the Champions Trophy final is a timely reminder of the game’s vagaries to those who treat the result as a foregone conclusion.
The villagers were arrested in the Burhanpur district of Madhya Pradesh after police received a complaint that they set off firecrackers and shouted slogans following Pakistan's dramatic win on Sunday.
ICC Champions Trophy 2017: From Imran Tahir's guile to Mohammad Amir's roar, five best bowling spells
Champions Trophy in England and Wales provided us with some enthralling bowling performances. Here is look at the five of the best bowling performances.
ICC Champions Trophy 2017: Sarfraz Ahmed gets a hero's welcome on arriving in Pakistan after emphatic victory over India
Hundreds of fans gave Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed a hero's welcome as he arrived home carrying the Champions Trophy early on Tuesday.
Sarfraz was elated that Fakhar Zaman and Hasan Ali, who impressed their peers through their talent and performances, found their way into the team of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017.
Pakistan are mercurial, but thrashing heavy favourites India in the Champions Trophy 2017 final turned out to be a little too much even for them.
Pakistan's run-machine Younis Khan had a curt message for those announcing cash prizes and gifts after the team's triumph at the ICC Champions Trophy: "kindly fulfill the promises you are making".
Pakistan entered the eight-team Champions Trophy in England and Wales ranked dead last, but upset arch-rivals India with a 180-run thrashing in Sunday's final.
In a column for ICC's website, Michael Hussey wrote, "I feel that a tournament like this should end the debate about the future of ODI cricket. "
Kumar Sangakkara column: India need not panic after loss as they are a young team led by fine leader like Virat Kohli
India must focus on further development and improvement, sticking to the vision Kohli has for the side.
Graeme Smith column: Fakhar Zaman's outstanding and mature display of batting will please coach Mickey Arthur
The game had everything, and proved to be a truly fitting end to a tournament in which the lowest ranked side has emerged as deserved winners. Well played, Pakistan!
Shahid Afridi column: I am confident Pakistan cricket is 'back on track' after victory against India
In a column for ICC's website, Shahid Afridi wrote, " I am confident that Pakistan cricket is back on track and we will see this team reach some incredible highs in the years to come."
The defeat Sarfraz and Co handed India in the final of the Champions Trophy cost the Men in Blue the title but it could serve as an important eye-opener.
The 27-year-old Fakhar Zaman played an innings par excellence at The Oval in the Champions Trophy final.
Pakistan's win over India in the Champions Trophy final changes nothing as sport is not above politics
The thing is nothing has changed with Pakistan's win over India. The LoC is still a hot spot. Hundreds of camps for terrorists on the border continue to be operational and Kulbhushan Jadhav is still scheduled to seek mercy come August or be hanged.
Virat Kohli emphatically defended his decision to play two spinners despite them going for 147 runs in 18 overs during the second Powerplay.
Champions Trophy 2017: Twitter erupts after India's defeat in final as Ravindra Jadeja, Jasprit Bumrah get trolled
Here is how Twitter reacted to Pakistan's win over the overwhelming favourites, India in the Champions Trophy final.