Whole lotta coaches goin' out
June is the month for the men in charge of cricket teams to throw the towel in
Why are there fewer close ODIs if teams are more evenly matched now?
Increasingly, teams are more equally matched in ODIs, but there also are more one-sided games, where power-hitting dominates
Eleven seconds of Sarfraz
An iconic win, a zillion frames - which one to pick?
Ronchi retires from international cricket
Luke Ronchi, the New Zealand wicketkeeper, has announced his retirement from international cricket
Sangakkara backs Roy to bounce back from Champions Trophy disappointment
Kumar Sangakkara, the former Sri Lanka captain, believes that Jason Roy is ready to bounce back from his disappointing showing in the ICC Champions Trophy
Osman Samiuddin: Champions Trophy win will help Sarfraz settle as leader
Gaurav Kalra is joined by Osman Samiuddin to talk about Mickey Arthur's immediate impact and Sarfaraz Ahmed's captaincy in the aftermath of Pakistan's fairytale triumph
Charting India's map to World Cup 2019
A wristspinner who can take wickets in the middle overs is a must, say Rahul Dravid and Ajit Agarkar, and there is scrutiny as well on India's middle order
Dravid: India need an attacking wristspinner in middle overs
With fingerspinners struggling for wickets on flat ODI pitches, Rahul Dravid feels India might need to include a wristspinner such as Kuldeep Yadav
Dravid: India need to try out multiple middle-order combinations
With the 2019 World Cup in mind, Rahul Dravid suggests India shuffle the likes of Yuvraj Singh and MS Dhoni with younger players to try and arrive at the best options at Nos. 4 and 5
'I want to play like a brave man, like a lion'
Fast bowler Hasan Ali on leading the Pakistan attack in the Champions Trophy, and the influence his older brother has had on the way he bowls
Buttler's scoop, AB's duck and Kohli v Amir
Scoops, sweeps, infamous drops and audacious hitting - the Champions Trophy had it all
Champions Trophy XI: Captain Sarfraz pips Kohli, Tamim in at No. 3
India and Pakistan's best performers occupy seven of the eleven slots, while Kane Williamson is the only one from outside the semi-finalists
Of costly drops, no-balls and golden duck
Scoops, sweeps, infamous drops, audacious hitting - the Champions Trophy had it all. A look back at the most memorable moments from the 2017 edition
Pakistan, the Improbables
In today's age when analytics and reason underpin most aspects of life, all the data indicated that Pakistan did not have a chance. How then did their Champions Trophy win happen?
Photo story: Pakistan take home the title
Photographer Philip Brown shares some of his best photos from The Oval, where Pakistan stunned India in the Champions Trophy final
Pakistan move closer to direct qualification for 2019 World Cup
Pakistan climbed to sixth on the ICC ODI rankings, two places above the bar for direct entry into the showpiece event
'We've proven everybody wrong' - Imad
Pakistan allrounder Imad Wasim has said that his side's Champions Trophy win was no fluke and had special praise for young Mohammad Amir, whom he called the No. 1 bowler in Pakistan
A feast of fifties, a struggle for spinners
Key numbers from the 2017 Champions Trophy, including a comparison with the most recent World Cup in Australia
#PoliteEnquiries: Amir in World XI v Aliens?
Was Pakistan's Champions Trophy triumph one of the most far-fetched events in recent years? George Dobell and Jarrod Kimber answer your questions
Ringside at the miracle of Pakistan
Zaman, Amir, Hafeez, history. I was there
Are Ashwin and Jadeja declining ODI forces?
India's two leading spinners took only five wickets between them in the Champions Trophy, but is that a surprise considering how little one-day cricket they have played recently?
Zaman, Ali heroics helps Pakistan clinch Champions Trophy title
The 180-run margin of victory for Pakistan is the biggest in the final of any ICC ODI event
How well do you know your India-Pakistan ODIs?
Are you a keen follower of the India-Pakistan rivalry or one who only watches the big matches?
Kohli loses duel with red-hot Amir
For India to stand a chance, Virat Kohli had to win his battle with Pakistan's seamers, but Mohammad Amir used his angle and intellect to take out India's best
Fakhar Zaman rewarded for his risk
After scoring two half-centuries in his last two innings in the Champions Trophy, the Pakistan opener rose to the occasion of the final by making his maiden ODI hundred