Pakistan has won the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy after beating India in the final by 180 runs. A convincing win by unpredictable Pakistan who started the tournament with a big defeat against same opposition but how they turn things around during the tournament and won four back to back matches is just incredible.
Hassan Ali was named man of the series for his incredible bowling spells in all of the last 4 matches while Fakhir Zaman took home the man of the match award after his very first ODI hundred.
ICC Champions Trophy 2017 will be getting underway on Thursday, 1 June 2017 and will be played through three weeks where final will be taking place on Sunday, 18th June 2017 at the Oval cricket stadium in London. 8 teams are divided into two groups of four each and top two will qualify for the semifinals. ICC has promised an extensive TV coverage around the world but if you don’t have live coverage in your part of the world here is a comprehensive guide on how to watch every ICC Champions Trophy 2017 match live online.
#11. Pakistan vs India – CT 2017 FINAL
Date: 18 June 2017 – Time: 10:30 uk time
TV Channel: Sky Sports (UK), StarSports (India), TenSports (Pakistan), FoxSports (Australia)
ICC Champions Trophy 2017 Matches Live Online ?: Every major cricket playing country’s local channel is broadcasting Champions Trophy matches mostly on free-to-air channels. However viewers in US and Canada can access the live action through WillowTV channel available through all US local cable providers or you can follow live action through their youtube channel.
Having said that, if you reside in some European country or don’t have access to live action through TV your only bet is to follow the live action of every champions trophy match is through “live streaming” available on dedicated sports streaming sites. But here at totalSPORTEK, we will be placing best live streaming links for every match 1 hour before it starts and we will save the hassle for you to flick through dazens of streaming sites.
Like we mentioned before, ICC has promised extensive coverage of every match in the tournament. as many as 34 cameras will be used to broadcast in-depth coverage. A team of former international cricketers will commentate and provide expert analysis starting 40 minutes before every match, commentary, innings break and 30 minutes post match shows.