A decent year, but don't mention the bowling
India seem to have managed their transition to a new generation of players reasonably well but there are gaps to fill
West Indies remain consistently inconsistent
A combination of faulty technique and temperament meant they didn't make it to the final of their own tri-series
Viva Rohit Sharma
His consistently assured batting versus the short ball at the top of the innings made for pleasant viewing in the Champions Trophy
Reinvented India hit the fast track to success
Vic Marks, in the Observer, talks about India's transformation and the effect it has had on the side's results.
Can Jadeja step up (again)?
The Champions Trophy was a coming of age; now he needs to deliver on his promise on the Test match stage
Ashwin's ODI report card
Ashwin's strength has been his ability to bowl at any stage of the innings, but he could do with a few more wickets in the middle overs
Tampering allegations 'unacceptable' - Bopara
Ravi Bopara has described Bob Willis's accusation of ball-tampering by England during the Champions Trophy as "annoying, sad and depressing"
Boof, Blain, Bradman
Australia's new coach, bespoke Tony Blain bookmarks, Vettori's return (not), and a look ahead to the revenge series of the season: New Zealand in Bangladesh
Ronchi will open if asked
Luke Ronchi will continue opening the batting for New Zealand if asked, but does not consider it the best place for him in international cricket.
More power to youth
India won the Champions Trophy in unfamiliar conditions and without many of their experienced players. What they had were free-spirited cricket and good fielding
Dhoni's feel for cricket
India's captain has an instinctive sense of the rhythm of the game; he hears its heartbeat acutely
Ten lessons from the Champions Trophy
From Duckworth-Lewis to Misbah-Trott and everything else in between - what did the latest ICC multi-nation tournament teach us?
India a force in cricket (and facial hair)
An authoritative run-down of the Champions Trophy final
Stumpings bring implementation of laws into spotlight
It was not just Ian Bell's dismissal that demanded a careful look at the interpretations of the laws of cricket
Jadeja, Dhawan move up in ICC rankings
Ravindra Jadeja moved to a career-best third place in the bowlers' and allrounders' lists in the ICC ODI rankings after playing a starring role in India's win against England in the Champions Trophy final
Team of the tournament
A Champions Trophy composite XI as selected by ESPNcricinfo writers
Spinners make impact in helpful conditions
A statistical analysis on how the spinners fared in this Champions Trophy compared to other editions
India's tough selection policies bear fruit
The Champions Trophy win is an important landmark in India's rebuilding effort, and credit must be extended to the team's selection committee that has been unafraid of taking a few tough decisions
The end of an ODI era
The Champions Trophy may be remembered with fondness and a touch of sadness. But will it be missed?
Ashwin seals place as India's go-to spinner
R Ashwin's performance with the ball in the Champions Trophy final cemented his reputation as a frontline spinner for India
Ravindra Jadeja returns OBE
Also: Bresnan's trauma, and why there was no reserve day for the Champions Trophy final
Giles forced to look forward
England will cope with the disappointment of missing out on the Champions Trophy by getting straight back on the international treadmill
England rains, India reigns
Tweet report for the Champions Trophy game between India and Sri Lanka
Rain doesn't dampen Dhawan
ESPNcricinfo presents the plays of the day from the final of the Champions Trophy
Dhoni rejoices after long hard Sunday
The sight of MS Dhoni jumping triumphantly as James Tredwell failed to connect with the final ball of the match will become etched in the mind just like his iconic six two years back that helped India to World Cup.