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It was do or die: Browne
West Indies wicketkeeper Courtney Browne talks about his match-winning partnership with Ian Bradshaw in the final of the Champions Trophy.

'Bradshaw and Browne were brilliant'
West Indies coach Gus Logie applauds his players on their triumph in the Champions Trophy.

Champions Trophy averages
Rahul Dravid averaged 97.0 in batting while Pathan gave away just 3 runs per over in the ICC Champions Trophy 2004.

Lara's feet on the ground despite success
The West Indies skipper dismissed suggestions of a cricketing revival by his country following years of stagnation.

Windies champions of Champions
Courtney Browne and Ian Bradshaw's 71-run unbeaten ninth-wicket stand steered the West Indies to a two-wicket victory over England in the Champions Trophy final.

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Inzamam defends decision to bat first
The Pakistan captain said that the batsmen failed to take the responsibility after a fine start.
- Windies cakewalk past Pakistan

Most consecutive losses
England's win over Australia on Tuesday did come after losing 14 matches since Jan 1999.
- Vaughan shines as England thump Australia

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Patil laments not playing Karthik
"Not playing leg spinner Anil Kumble was like having a Mercedes Benz in the garage and not using it at all," said the junior India team coach.
- Batsmen not doing their job: Ganguly
- Youhana guides Pak into semis
- West Indies squeeze into semis

Family worried about Balaji's injury
The joy that filled the Indian seamer's home after the Pakistan series has turned to gloom following his lower abdomen injury.

India, Pakistan in ODIs
Overall Pakistan enjoys an upper hand over India, but things are pretty close in the last ten encounters.
- Indians just can't hook: Bob Woolmer

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England v West Indies
Final, September 25
Venue: The Oval
West Indies won by 2 wkts

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