Final | 18th June 2017 | ICC Champions Trophy 2017
Kennington Oval, London, England

Pakistan won by 180 runs

Target: 339

Afridi: A monumental victory which should be cherished for long

Fakhar’s performance the greatest by a Pakistani in a world event final, the road ahead is full of promise

Pakistani bowlers forced us into mistakes: Kohli

Vanquished Indian skipper doffs his hat to opposition, says his team wasn’t allowed to play its best cricket in the final

Beating India in a final is our legacy: Sarfraz

Pakistan skipper credits youngsters for incredible bounce-back, is hopeful of international cricket returning to his country

Amir sings the beautiful redemption song

In the same city where he plumbed the depths seven years ago, the Pakistan pace ace conjures a mesmeric spell to lure India to their doom

Imperious Pakistan march to maiden title

Zaman’s swashbuckling ton, Amir’s sensational opening burst consign India to 180-run hammering in final

Zaman ton muscles Pakistan to 338 for 4

Azhar, Azam and Hafeez too come to the party as profligate India face stiff run-chase in bid to defend title

Amir returns, unchanged India opt to field

Rumman Raees, despite an impressive ODI debut in the semifinal against England, misses out for Pakistan in Champions Trophy final

India retreat to the calm, Pakistan embrace chaos

Kohli has long stressed on the team focusing on their own game, and Arthur says Pakistan too have come around to the same approach

India pros at handling pressure, and Pakistan, in big knockouts

The Indians have a 3-0 edge, which Arthur feels is due to greater exposure, but the past doesn't necessarily dictate the future

Pakistan’s youngsters upend expectations, repay trust

The fresh faces, benefiting from PSL, have adapted well to requirements of the limited-overs game and made immediate impacts

Rejuvenated Pakistan set for India rematch on biggest stage

The two best bowling attacks of the tournament will be tested in batsmen-friendly conditions in Champions Trophy final