ICC Champions Trophy 2009 – Results

Results

Group B: South Africa v Sri Lanka at Centurion – Sep 22nd
Sri Lanka 319/8 (50 ov): South Africa 206/7 (37.4/37.4 ov)

Sri Lanka won by 55 runs (D/L Method)

Group A: Pakistan v West Indies at Johannesburg – Sep 23rd
West Indies 133 (34.3 ov): Pakistan 134/5 (30.3 ov)

Pakistan won by 5 wickets

Group B: South Africa v New Zealand at Centurion – Sep 24th
New Zealand 214 (47.5 ov): South Africa 217/5 (41.1 ov)

South Africa won by 5 wickets

Group B: England v Sri Lanka at Johannesburg – Sep 25th
Sri Lanka 212 (47.3 ov): England 213/4 (45 ov)

England won by 6 wickets

Group A: Australia v West Indies at Johannesburg – Sep 26th
Australia 275/8 (50 ov): West Indies 225 (46.5 ov)

Australia won by 50 runs

Group A: India v Pakistan at Centurion – Sep 26th
Pakistan 302/9 (50 ov): India 248 (44.5 ov)

Pakistan won by 54 runs

Group B: New Zealand v Sri Lanka at Johannesburg – Sep 27th
New Zealand 315/7 (50 ov): Sri Lanka 277 (46.4 ov)

New Zealand won by 38 runs

Group B: South Africa v England at Centurion – Sep 27th
England 323/8 (50 ov): South Africa 301/9 (50 ov)

England won by 22 runs

Group A: Australia v India at Centurion – Sep 28th
Australia 234/4 (42.3 ov)

Match abandoned as a draw, 1 point each

Group B: England v New Zealand at Johannesburg – Sep 29th
England 146 (43.1 ov): New Zealand 147/6 (27.1 ov)

New Zealand won by 4 wickets

Group A: Australia v Pakistan at Centurion – Sep 30th
Pakistan 205/6 (50 ov): Australia 206/8 (50 ov)

Australia won by 2 wickets

Group A: India v West Indies at Johannesburg – Sep 30th
West Indies 129 (36 ov): India 130/3 (32.1 ov)

India won by 7 wickets

Semi-Final Fixtures

1st Semi-Final: Australia V England at Centurion – Oct 2nd
England 257 (47.4 ov): Australia 258/1 (41.5 ov)

Australia won by 9 wickets

2nd Semi-Final: New Zealand V Pakistan at Johannesburg – Oct 3rd
Pakistan 233/9 (50 ov): New Zealand 234/5 (47.5 ov)

New Zealand won by 5 wickets

Final at Centurion – Oct 5th
New Zealand 200/9 (50 ov): Australia 206/4 (45.2 ov)

Australia won by 6 wickets