India seem to have managed their transition to a new generation of players reasonably well but there are gaps to fill
A combination of faulty technique and temperament meant they didn't make it to the final of their own tri-series
His consistently assured batting versus the short ball at the top of the innings made for pleasant viewing in the Champions Trophy
Vic Marks, in the Observer, talks about India's transformation and the effect it has had on the side's results.
The Champions Trophy was a coming of age; now he needs to deliver on his promise on the Test match stage
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
Ravi Bopara has described Bob Willis's accusation of ball-tampering by England during the Champions Trophy as "annoying, sad and depressing"
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.
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
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