Relive India's Asia Cup triumphs: A pictorial lookback

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13 Apr 2020 | 08:59 AM
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Relive India's Asia Cup triumphs: A pictorial lookback

On this day in 1984, India won the Rothmans Asia Cup to become the inaugural champions

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April 13, 1984 - India defeated their arch-rivals Pakistan by 54 runs in the final fixture of the 1984 Rothmans Asia Cup to become the inaugural champions. The Sunil Gavaskar-led side first beat Sri Lanka and then Pakistan to clinch the trophy. The first edition featured only three teams. India, with seven titles, are the most successful team in the tournament. Here, we look at India's all seven triumphs in pictures:

Rothmans Asia Cup 1984

Teams - India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka

*Each team played the other once

India's leading run-scorer - Surinder Khanna 

India's leading wicket-taker - Ravi Shastri

Wills Asia Cup 1988 

Teams - India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh

Final - Beat Sri Lanka by six wickets

India's leading run-scorer - Navjot Singh Sidhu 

India's leading wicket-taker - Arshad Ayub

Asia Cup 1990-91

Teams - India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh

Final - Beat Sri Lanka by seven wickets

India's leading run-scorer - Navjot Singh Sidhu 

India's leading wicket-taker - Kapil Dev

Pepsi Asia Cup 1995

Teams - India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh

Final - Beat Sri Lanka by eight wickets

India's leading run-scorer - Sachin Tendulkar

India's leading wicket-taker - Anil Kumble

Asia Cup 2010

Teams - India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh

Final - Beat Sri Lanka by 81 runs

India's leading run-scorer - Gautam Gambhir

India's leading wicket-taker - Ashish Nehra

Asia Cup 2016 (20-over format)

Teams - India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Hong Kong, Oman and UAE

Final - Beat Bangladesh by eight wickets

India's leading run-scorer - Virat Kohli

India's leading wicket-taker - Hardik Pandya

Asia Cup 2018

Teams - India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Afghanistan and Hong Kong

Final - Beat Bangladesh by three wickets

India's leading run-scorer - Shikhar Dhawan

India's leading wicket-taker - Kuldeep Yadav

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