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A shell-shocked Sri Lanka congratulate Ishan Kishan after India's win••Surjeet Yadav/Getty Images
Mohammed Siraj, the star of India's win in the Asia Cup final, holds the trophy aloft••AFP/Getty Images
Rohit Sharma greets Shubman Gill and Virat Kohli congratulates Ishan Kishan after India's 263-ball win••Getty Images
After the end of the no-contest, Dasun Shanaka greets Shubman Gill••Associated Press
Ishan Kishan and Shubman Gill began India's chase, and finished it off in 6.1 overs••Associated Press
Hardik Pandya took over from the opening bowlers and picked up the last three wickets quickly••Associated Press
Hardik Pandya finished with a three-wicket haul himself••Getty Images
Dasun Shanaka walks back, leaving a sorry mess behind him••AFP/Getty Images
The smile of a champion - Mohammed Siraj picked up five wickets in a ten-ball period••AFP/Getty Images
Mohammed Siraj left Sri Lanka in a mess with a four-wicket over, the first by an India bowler in ODIs••Associated Press
Jay Shah, of the ACC and BCCI, is all smiles handing over the Asia Cup trophy to India captain Rohit Sharma••AFP/Getty Images
Job done, it's time to celebrate - India with their eighth Asia Cup trophy••AFP/Getty Images
All smiles in the Indian camp after the 21.3-over demolition of Sri Lanka••Associated Press
Ishan Kishan was unbeaten in India's short chase••Getty Images
Shubman Gill was quick in India's pursuit of a paltry total••Associated Press
Mohammed Siraj exults after Dasun Shanaka became his next victim••Getty Images
Kusal Mendis became Mohammed Siraj's sixth victim, the second to be bowled••Associated Press
Mohammed Siraj cools down after his incredible six-wicket spell••Associated Press
Mohammed Siraj delivered an over from hell••Associated Press
Mohammed Siraj picked up four wickets in one over, the fourth of the innings••Associated Press
Siraj reclaims No. 1 spot in ODI bowling rankings
Displaces Hazlewood at the top of the ICC rankings following his ten-wicket haul at the Asia Cup
Shanaka's Sri Lanka on the right track despite Asia Cup crash
Doom and gloom aside, Sri Lanka's recent track record and international-cricket journey offers promise
Did your top picks make it to ESPNcricinfo's Asia Cup team of the tournament?
There are six Indians in the XI, reflecting their dominance in the tournament, but who else made the cut?
Is Sri Lanka's total of 50 the lowest in any international final?
And has anyone scored as many runs at a higher strike rate than Heinrich Klaasen in ODI?