Asia Cup Winners List

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Asia Cup Winners List. Asia Cup is a continental championship played in two formats – ODI and T20I. It is the only continental championship in the game. While the Asia Cup started as an ODI tournament before it started alternating between the ODI and T20I formats every 2 years.

The format depends on the upcoming ICC World event. To date, 16 editions of the Asia Cup have been played. India are the most successful side in the history of the competition, having won it 7 times, followed by Sri Lanka and Pakistan who have won it 6 and 2 times respectively.

Asia Cup winners list from 1984 to 2023:

1984 Asia Cup winners list:

The first edition of the Asia Cup took place in 1984. The tournament was hosted by the United Arab Emirates. Three teams – India, Sri Lanka, and Pakistan – participated in the first-ever Asia Cup.

It was a round-robin format tournament where each team played against the others once. India were the winner after beating both Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka were the runner-up after winning one while Pakistan ended their campaign without any victory.

Tournament summary:

Date: 6 April 1984 – Pakistan vs Sri Lanka

Brief score:  Pakistan 187/9 in 46 overs (Zaheer Abbas 47; Arjuna Ranatunga 3/38) lost to Sri Lanka 190/5 in 43.3 overs (Roy Dias 57; Abdul Qadir 2/42) by 5 wickets.

Date: 8 April 1984 – Sri Lanka vs India

Brief score: Sri Lanka 96 in 41 overs (Ranjan Madugalle 38; Madan Lal 3/11) lost to India 97/0 in 21.4 overs (Surinder Khanna 51*) by 10 wickets

Date: 13 April 1984 – India vs Pakistan

Brief score: India 188/4 in 46 overs (Surinder Khanna 56; Shahid Mahboob 1/23) beat Pakistan 134/10 in 39.4 overs (Mohsin Khan 35; Roger Binny 3/33) by 54 runs.

Champion: India

Runner-up Sri Lanka

1986 Asia Cup winners list:

Sri Lanka hosted the second edition of the Asia Cup in 1986. India decided against participating in the competition due to poor bilateral relations with Sri Lanka. In India’s absence, Bangladesh made its debut in Asia Cup. Apart from Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, Pakistan participated in the competition too.

Talking about the format, each team played against the other once before the top two teams played in the final. Sri Lanka and Pakistan made it to the final after winning 1 and 2 games respectively. In the final, Sri Lanka beat Pakistan by 5 wickets.

Tournament summary:

Date – 30 March 1986 – Pakistan vs Sri Lanka

Brief score: Pakistan 197/10 in 45 overs (Mohsin Khan 39; Ravi Ratnayeke 3/32) beat Sri Lanka 116/10 in 33.5 overs (Brendon Kuruppu 34; Manzoor Elahi 3/22) by 81 runs.

Date: 31 March 1986 – Bangladesh vs Pakistan

Brief score: Bangladesh 94/10 in 35.3 overs (Shaheedur Rahman 37 ; Wasim Akram 4/19) lost to Pakistan
98/3 in 32.1 overs (Mudassar Nazar 47; Jahangir Shah 2/23) by 7 wickets.

Date: 2 April 1986 – Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka

Brief score: Bangladesh 131/8 in 45 overs (Minhajul Abedin 40; Kaushik Amalean 2/15) lost to Sri Lanka in
132/3 in 31.3 overs (Asanka Gurusinha 44; Golam Faruq 1/22) by 7 wickets

Date – 6 April 1986 – Pakistan vs Sri Lanka Final

Brief score: Pakistan 191/9 in 45 overs (Javed Miandad 67; Kaushik Amalean 4/46) lost to Sri Lanka 195/5 in 42.2 overs (Arjuna Ranatunga 57; Abdul Qadir 3/32) by 5 wickets.

Champion: Sri Lanka

Runner-up: Pakistan

1988 Asia Cup winners list:

In the third edition hosted by Bangladesh, 4 teams participated. Apart from the hosts, India, Sri Lanka and Pakistan were the participants. The tournament was a round-robin tournament where each team played the other three once, and the top two teams qualified for final. In the final, India beat Sri Lanka by 6 wickets to become the first team to win the tournament twice.

Tournament summary:

Date: 27 October 1988 – Pakistan vs Sri Lanka

Brief score: Pakistan 194/7 in 44 overs (Ijaz Ahmed 54; Graeme Labrooy 3/36) lost to Sri Lanka 195/5 in 38.5 overs (Roshan Mahanama 55; Wasim Akram 2/34) by 5 wickets.

Date: 27 October 1988 – Bangladesh vs India

Brief score: Bangladesh 99/8 in 45 overs (Minhajul Abedin 22; Arshad Ayub 3/20) lost to India 100/1 in 26 overs (Navjot Singh Sidhu 50*; Azhar Hossain 1/30) by 9 wickets.

Date: 29 October 1988 – Pakistan vs Bangladesh

Brief score: Pakistan 284/3 in 45 overs (Ijaz Ahmed 124*; Azhar Hossain 1/24) beat Bangladesh 111/6 in 45 overs (Athar Ali Khan 22; Iqbal Qasim 3/13)  by 173 runs

Date: 29 October 1988 – Sri Lanka vs India

Brief score: Sri Lanka 271/6 in 45 overs (Aravinda de Silva 69; Kapil Dev 2/39) beat India 254/10 in 44 overs (Navjot Singh Sidhu 50; Kapila Wijegunawardene 4/49) by 17 runs

Date: 31 October 1988 – Pakistan vs India

Brief score: Pakistan 142/10 in 42.2 overs (Moin-ul-Atiq 38; Arshad Ayub 5/21) lost to India 143/6 in 40.4 overs (Mohinder Amarnath 74*; Abdul Qadir 3/27) by 4 wickets.

Date: 2 November 1988 – Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka

Brief score: Bangladesh 118/8 in 45 overs (Athar Ali Khan 30; Ravi Ratnayeke 4/23) lost to Sri Lanka 120/1 in 30.5 overs (Brendon Kuruppu 58*; Azhar Hossain 1/20) by 9 wickets

Date: 4 November 1988 – Sri Lanka vs India Final

Brief score: Sri Lanka 176/10  in 43.2 overs (Duleep Mendis 36; Kris Srikkanth 3/12) lost to India 180/4 in 37.1 overs (Navjot Sidhu 76; Kapila Wijegunawardene 2/33) by 6 wickets:

Champion: India

Runner-up: Sri Lanka

1990/91 Asia Cup winners list:

India hosted the Asia Cup for the first time in the 1990/91 season. Pakistan decided against playing in the competition due to its poor bilateral relations with India. Three teams – India, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh – played in the tournament.

It was played in a round-robin tournament where each team played the other once, and the top two teams qualified for the final. In the final, India beat Sri Lanka to win the Asia Cup for the third time.

Tournament summary:

Date: 25 December 1990 – Bangladesh vs India

Brief score: Bangladesh 170/6 in 50 overs (Faruk Ahmed 57; Kapil Dev 2/17) lost to India 171/1 in 36.5 overs (Navjot Sidhu 104; Athar Ali Khan 1/23) by 9 wickets

Champions: India

Runner-up: Sri Lanka

1993 Asia Cup winners list:

The 1993 Asia Cup had to be canceled due to the political tension between India and Pakistan. It was due to be held in Pakistan.

1995 Asia Cup winners list:

In 1995, the tournament was played in the UAE. A total of 4 teams participated in the competition – India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. The tournament was played in a round-robin format where each team played the other once and the top two teams made it to the final. India and Sri Lanka made it to the final where the former won the title decider by 8 wickets.

Tournament summary: 

Date: 5 April 1995 – Bangladesh vs India

Brief score: Bangladesh 163/10 in 44.4 overs (Aminul Islam 30; Anil Kumble 2/23) lost to India 164/1 in 27.5 overs (Navjot Sidhu 56*; Mohammad Rafique 1/15) by 9 wickets.

Date: 6 April 1995 – Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh

Brief score: Sri Lanka 233 in 49.4 overs (Arjuna Ranatunga 71; Saiful Islam 4/36) beat Bangladesh 126/10 in 44.2 overs (Minhajul Abedin 26; Muttiah Muralitharan 4/23) by 107 runs.

Date: 7 April 1995 – Pakistan vs India

Brief score: Pakistan 266/9 in 50 overs (Inzamam-ul-Haq 88; Anil Kumble 2/29) beat India 169 in 42.4 overs (Navjot Sidhu 54; Aaqib Javed 5/19) by 97 runs.

Date: 8 April 1995 – Bangladesh vs Pakistan

Brief score: Bangladesh 151/8 in 50 overs (Akram Khan 44; Aamer Nazir 2/23) lost to Pakistan 152/4 in 29.4 overs (Ghulam Ali 38; Athar Ali Khan 1/10) by 6 wickets.

Date: 9 April 1995 – Sri Lanka vs India

Brief score: Sri Lanka 202/9 in 50 overs (Hashan Tillakaratne 48; Venkatesh Prasad 3/37) lost to India 206/2 in 33.1 overs (Sachin Tendulkar 112; Sanath Jayasuriya 2/42) by 8 wickets

Date: 11 April 1995 – Pakistan vs Sri Lanka

Brief score: Pakistan 178/9 in 50 overs (Inzamam-ul-Haq 73; Champaka Ramanayake 3/25) lost to Sri Lanka
180/5 in 30.5 overs (Roshan Mahanama 48; Aamer Sohail 2/21) by 5 wickets.

Date: 14 April 1995 – Sri Lanka vs India Final

Brief score: Sri Lanka 230/7 in 50 overs (Asanka Gurusinha 85; Venkatesh Prasad 2/32) lost to India 233/2 in 41.5 overs (Mohammad Azharuddin 90*; Champaka Ramanayake 1/52) by 8 wickets

Champions: India

Runner-up: Sri Lanka

1997 Asia Cup winners list:

Sri Lanka hosted the Asia Cup in 1997. The tournament was contested by the hosts, reigning champions India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan. In the league stage, Sri Lanka won all of their 3 games while India and Pakistan managed one win each.

Bangladesh, on the other hand, once again failed to open its account. Sri Lanka and India played the final again before the hosts won the game to clinch the title for the second time.

Tournament summary:

Date: 14 July 1997 – Sri Lanka vs Pakistan

Brief score: Sri Lanka 239 in 49.5 overs (Marvan Atapattu 80; Kabir Khan 2/49) beat Pakistan 224/9 in 50 overs ( Saleem Malik 57; Sanath Jayasuriya 4/49) by 15 runs

Date: 16 July 1997 – Pakistan vs Bangladesh

Brief score: Pakistan 319/5 in 50 overs (Saeed Anwar 90; Saiful Islam 1/45) beat Bangladesh 210 in 49.3 overs (Athar Ali Khan 82; Saqlain Mushtaq 5/38) by 105 runs

Date: 18 July 1997 – India vs Sri Lanka

Brief score: India 227/6 in 50 overs (Mohammad Azharuddin 81*; Chaminda Vaas 2/35) lost to Sri Lanka 231/4 in 44.4 overs (Arjuna Ranatunga 131*; Robin Singh 2/29) by 6 wickets

Date: 20 July 1997 – Pakistan vs India

Brief score: Pakistan 30/5 in 9 overs (Salim Malik 10; Venkatesh Prasad 4/17) vs India – No Result

Date: 21 July 1997 – Pakistan vs India

Brief score: Pakistan v India (Match abandoned without a ball bowled)

Date: 22 July 1997 – Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh

Brief score: Sri Lanka 296/4 in 46 overs  (Sanath Jayasuriya 108; Minhajul Abedin 2/43) beat Bangladesh 193/8 in 46 overs (Naimur Rahman 47; Muttiah Muralitharan 2/29) by 103 runs

Date: 24 July 1997 – Bangladesh vs India

Brief score: Bangladesh 130/8 in 43 overs (Athar Ali Khan 33; Robin Singh 3/13) lost to India 132/1 in 15 overs (Sourav Ganguly 73; Enamul Haque 1/34) by 9 wickets

Date: 26 July 1997 – India vs Sri Lanka Final

Brief score: India 239/7 in 50 overs (Mohammad Azharuddin 81; Chaminda Vaas 2/32) lost to Sri Lanka 240/2 in 36.5 overs (MS Atapattu 84; Nilesh Kulkarni 1/48) by 8 wickets

Champions: Sri Lanka

Runner-up: India

2000 Asia Cup winners list:

In 2000, Bangladesh hosted the Asia Cup for the second time. They were joined by India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka for the competition. India could not make it to the final after managing just one win. Sri Lanka locked horns against Pakistan in the final. In the title-decider, Pakistan beat Sri Lanka by 39 runs to win their first-ever Asia Cup.

Tournament summary:

Date: 29 May 2000 – Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka

Brief score: Bangladesh 175/6 in 50 overs (Javed Omar 85*; Chaminda Vaas 2/28) lost to Sri Lanka 178/1 in 30.4 overs (Aravinda de Silva 96; Mohammad Rafique 1/42)  by 9 wickets.

Date: 30 May 2000 – Bangladesh vs India

Brief score: Bangladesh 249/6 in 50 overs (Akram Khan 64; Thiru Kumaran 3/54) lost to India 252/2 in 40.1 overs (Saurav Ganguly 135*;  Enamul Haque 1/28) by 8 wickets

Date: 1 June 2000 – Sri Lanka vs India

Brief score: Sri Lanka 276/8 in 50 overs (Sanath Jayasuriya 105; Sachin Tendulkar 2/44) beat India
205/10 in 45 overs (Sachin Tendulkar 93; Kaushalya Weeraratne 3/46) by 71 runs.

Date: 2 June 2000 – Pakistan vs Bangladesh

Brief score: Pakistan 320/3 in 50 overs (Imran Nazir 80; Naimur Rahman 1/41) beat Bangladesh 87/10 in 34.2 overs (Habibul Bashar 23; Abdul Razzaq 3/5) by 233 runs.

Date: 3 June 2000 – Pakistan vs India

Brief score: Pakistan 295/7 in 50 overs (Mohammad Yousuf 100; Anil Kumble 3/43) beat India 251/10 in 47.4 overs (Ajay Jadeja 93; Abdul Razzaq 4/29) by 44 runs.

Date: 5 June 2000 – Sri Lanka vs Pakistan Final

Brief score: Sri Lanka 192/10 in 49 overs (Marvan Atapattu 62; Azhar Mahmood 3/24) lost to Pakistan 193/3 in 48.2 overs (Mohammad Yousuf 90; Sajeewa de Silva 2/34) by 7 wickets

Champions: Pakistan

Runner-up: Sri Lanka

2004 Asia Cup winners list:

In 2004, more than 4 teams participated in the Asia Cup for the first time. The tournament was held in Sri Lanka with 6 participants. The teams were – Sri Lanka, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Hong Kong, and the United Arab Emirates. The six teams formed two groups with 3 teams each. After the league stage and the Super 4 stage, India and Sri Lanka made it to the final where the hosts beat the Men in Blue by 25 runs.

Tournament summary:

Group A matches:
Date: 16 July 2004 – Bangladesh vs Hong Kong

Brief score: Bangladesh 221/9 in 50 overs (Javed Omar 68; Ilyas Gull 3/46) beat Hong Kong 105/ 10 in 45.2 overs (Tabarak Dar 20; Abdur Razzak 3/17) by 116 runs

Date: 17 July 2004 – Pakistan vs Bangladesh

Brief score: Pakistan 257/6 in 50 overs (Yasir Hameed 102; Abdur Razzak 2/36) beat Bangladesh 181/10 in 45.2 overs (Javed Omar 62; Shoaib Akhtar 3/30) by 76 runs

Date: 18 July 2004 – Pakistan vs Hong Kong

Brief score: Pakistan 343/5 in 50 overs (Younis Khan 144; Khalid Khan 2/62) beat Hong Kong 165/10 in 44.1 overs (Tabarak Dar 36; Shoaib Malik 4/19) by 173 runs (D/L Method)

Group B:
Date: 16 July 2004 – India vs United Arab Emirates

Brief score: India 260 for 6 in 50 overs (Rahul Dravid 104; Rizwan Latif 2/69) beat United Arab Emirates 144/10 in 35 overs  (Tauqir 55; Pathan 3/28) by 116 runs

Date: 17 July 2004 – Sri Lanka vs United Arab Emirates

Brief score: Sri Lanka 239/10 in 50 overs (Avishka Gunawardene 73; Khurram Khan 4/32) beat the United Arab Emirates
123 in 47.5 overs (Ramveer Rai 39; Upul Chandana 4/22) by 116 runs

Date: 18 July 2004 – Sri Lanka vs India

Brief score: Sri Lanka 282/4 in 50 overs (Mahela Jayawardene 58; Irfan Pathan 1/49) beat India 270/8 in 50 overs (Rahul Dravid 82; Nuwan Zoysa 3/49) by 12 runs

Super 4s:
Date: 21 July 2004 – Bangladesh vs India

Brief score: Bangladesh 177 in 49.1 overs (Mohammad Ashraful 35; Sachin Tendulkar 3/35) lost to India
178/2 in 38.3 overs (Sachin Tendulkar 82*; Mohammad Rafique 1/30) by 8 wickets

Date: 21 July 2004 – Pakistan vs Sri Lanka

Brief score: Pakistan 122 in 39.5 overs (Abdul Razzaq 43; Nuwan Zoysa 3/29) lost to Sri Lanka 123/3 in 32 overs (Avishka Gunawardene 26; Abdul Razzaq 2/21) by 7 wickets

Date: 23 July 2004 – Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka

Brief score: Bangladesh 190/9 in 50 overs (Mohammad Ashraful 66; Chaminda Vaas 3/30) lost to Sri Lanka
191/0 (33.3 overs (Sanath Jayasuriya 107*) by 10 wickets.

Date: 25 July 2004 – Pakistan vs India

Brief score: Pakistan 300/9 in 50 overs (Shoaib Malik 143; Irfan Pathan 3/52) beat India 241/8 in 50 overs (Sachin Tendulkar 78; Shabbir Ahmed 2/38) by 59 runs.

Date: 27 July 2004 – India vs Sri Lanka

Brief score: India 271/6 in 50 overs (Virender Sehwag 81; Lasith Malinga 2/56) beat Sri Lanka 267/9 50 overs (Sanath Jayasuriya 130; Virender Sehwag 3/37) by 4 runs

Date: 29 July 2004 – Bangladesh vs Pakistan

Brief score: Bangladesh 166/10 in 45.2 overs (Khaled Mashud 54; Shabbir Ahmed 3/32) lost to Pakistan
167/4 in 41 overs (Shoaib Malik 48; Abdur Razzak 1/29) by 6 wickets

Date: 1 August 2004 – Sri Lanka vs India Final

Brief score: Sri Lanka 228/9 in 50 overs (Marvan Atapattu 65; Sachin Tendulkar 2/40) beat India 203/9 in 50 overs (Sachin Tendulkar 74; Upul Chandana 3/33) by 25 runs.

Champion: Sri Lanka

Runner-up: India

2008 Asia Cup winners list:

Pakistan hosted the Asia Cup in 2008. Six teams – Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, United Arab Emirates, and Hong Kong – participated in the tournament.

Group A consisted of Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and the United Arab Emirates while Group B consisted of India, Pakistan, and Hong Kong. After the league stage and the Super 4s, Sri Lanka and India made it to the final. In the final, Sri Lanka thrashed India by 100 runs to win the continental championship.

Tournament summary:

Group A:
Date:  24 June 2008 – Bangladesh vs United Arab Emirates

Brief score: Bangladesh 300/8 in 50 overs (Mohammad Ashraful 109; Zahid Shah 3/49) beat United Arab Emirates 204/10 in 45.4 overs (Khurram Khan 78; Abdur Razzak 3/20) by 96 runs

Date: 25 June 2008 – Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh

Brief score: Sri Lanka 357/9 in 50 overs (Kumar Sangakkara 101; Abdur Razzak 3/55) beat Bangladesh
226/7 in 50 overs (Mushfiqur Rahim 44; Muttiah Muralitharan 2/37) by 131 runs.

Date: 26 June 2008 – Sri Lanka vs United Arab Emirates:

Brief score: Sri Lanka 290/9 in 50 overs (Mahela Udawatte 67; Zahid Shah 3/49) beat the United Arab Emirates
148/10 in 36.3 overs (Amjad Ali 77; Ajantha Mendis 5/22) by 142 runs

Group B:
Date: 24 June 2008 – Pakistan vs Hong Kong

Brief score: Pakistan 288/9 in 50 overs (Younis Khan 67; Nadeem Ahmed 4/51) beat Hong Kong 133 in 37.2 overs (Zain Abbas 26(retired hurt); Iftikhar Anjum 2/18) by 155 runs

Date: 25 June 2008 – India vs Hong Kong

Brief score: India 374/4 in 50 overs (MS Dhoni 109; Najeeb Amar 2/40) beat Hong Kong 118/10 in 36.5 overs (Irfan Ahmed 25; Piyush Chawla 4/23) by 256 runs

Date: 26 June 2008 – Pakistan vs India

Brief score: Pakistan 299/4 in 50 overs (Shoaib Malik 125; RP Singh 1/44) lost to India 301/4 in 42.1 overs (Virender Sehwag 119; Iftikhar Anjum 2/61) by 6 wickets.

Super 4s:
Date:  28 June 2008 – Bangladesh vs India

Brief score: Bangladesh 283/6 in 50 overs (Alok Kapali 115; Irfan Pathan 2/43) lost to India 284/3 in 43.2 overs (Suresh Raina 116*; Shahadat Hussain 2/60) by 7 wickets

Date: 29 June 2008 – Sri Lanka vs Pakistan

Brief score: Sri Lanka 302/7 in 50 overs (Kumar Sangakkara 112; Sohail Tanvir 5/48) beat Pakistan 238/9 in 50 overs (Misbah-ul-Haq 76; Ajantha Mendis 4/47) by 64 runs

Date: 30 June 2008 – Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh

Brief score: Sri Lanka 332/8 in 50 overs  (Sanath Jayasuriya 130; Alok Kapali 2/40) beat Bangladesh 174 in 38.3 overs (Raqibul Hasan 52; Muttiah Muralitharan 5/31) by 158 runs

Date: 2 July 2008 – India vs Pakistan

Brief score: India 308/7 in 50 overs  (MS Dhoni 76; Iftikhar Anjum 3/51) lost to Pakistan 309/2 in 45.3 overs (Younis Khan 123*; Piyush Chawla 1/53) by 8 wickets.

Date: 3 July 2008 – Sri Lanka vs India

Brief score: Sri Lanka 308/8 in 50 overs (Chamara Kapugedera 75; Ishant Sharma 2/55) lost to India 310/4 in 46.5 overs (Gautam Gambhir 68; Muttiah Muralitharan 2/44) by 6 wickets

Date: 4 July 2008 – Bangladesh vs Pakistan

Brief score: Bangladesh 115 in 38.2 overs (Tamim Iqbal 26; Abdur Rauf 3/24) lost to Pakistan 116/0 in 19.4 overs ( Salman Butt 56*) by 10 wickets.

Date:  6 July 2008 – Sri Lanka vs India Final

Brief score: Sri Lanka 273/10 in 49.5 overs (Sanath Jayasuriya 125; Ishant Sharma 3/52) beat India 173/10 in 39.3 overs (Virender Sehwag 60; Ajantha Mendis 6/13) by 100 runs.

Champion: Sri Lanka

Runner-up: India

2010 Asia Cup winners list:

Sri Lanka were the host for the 2010 edition of the continental championship. Only 4 teams – Sri Lanka, India, Pakistan and Bangladesh – participated in that edition. As per the format, each team played against the other once in the league stage and the top two teams qualified for the final.’

In the final, India and Sri Lanka were up against each other. India beat the Islanders by 81 runs to reclaim the Asia Cup.

Tournament summary:

Date: 15 June 2010 – Sri Lanka vs Pakistan

Brief score: Sri Lanka 242/9 in 50 overs (Angelo Mathews 55*; Shoaib Akhtar 3/41) beat Pakistan 226/10 in 47 overs (Shahid Afridi 109; Lasith Malinga 5/34) by 16 runs.

Date: 16 June 2010 – Bangladesh vs India

Brief score: Bangladesh 167/10 in 34.5 overs (Imrul Kayes 37; Virender Sehwag 4/6) lost to India 168/4 in 30.4 overs (Gautam Gambhir 82; Mashrafe Mortaza 2/37) by 6 wickets.

Date: 18 June 2010 – Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh

Brief score: Sri Lanka 312/4 in 50 overs (Tillakaratne Dilshan 71; Shafiul Islam 2/59) beat Bangladesh 186/10 in 40.2 overs (Tamim Iqbal 51; Tillakaratne Dilshan 3/37) by 126 runs.

Date: 19 June 2010 – Pakistan vs India

Brief score: Pakistan 267/10 in 49.3 overs (Salman Butt 74; Praveen Kumar 3/53) lost to India 271/7 in 49.5 overs (Gautam Gambhir 83; Saeed Ajmal 3/56) by 3 wickets.

Date: 21 June 2010 – Pakistan vs Bangladesh

Brief score: Pakistan 385/7 in 50 overs (Shahid Afridi 124; Shafiul Islam 3/95) beat Bangladesh 246/5 in 50 overs (Junaid Siddique 97; Imran Farhat 1/21) by 139 runs.

Date: 22 June 2010 – India vs Sri Lanka

Brief score: India 209/10 in 42.3 overs (Rohit Sharma 69; Farveez Maharoof 5/42) lost to Sri Lanka 211/3 in 37.3 overs (Kumar Sangakkara 73; Zaheer Khan 2/42) by 7 wickets.

Date: 24 June 2010 – India vs Sri Lanka Final

Brief score: India 268/6 in 50 overs (Dinesh Karthik 66; Thilina Kandamby 2/37) beat Sri Lanka 187/10 in 44.4 overs (Chamara Kapugedera 55*; Ashish Nehra 4/40) by 81 runs.

Champions: India

Runner-up: Sri Lanka

2012 Asia Cup winners list:

Bangladesh hosted the Asia Cup in 2012 with four teams featuring in the competition. Only the Test-playing nations from Asia took part in that edition. After the round-robin league, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and India finished with two wins each while Sri Lanka remained winless.

Pakistan made it to the final due to a bonus point while Bangladesh qualified due to their better head-to-head record against India. Pakistan went on to beat Bangladesh to clinch the title for the second time.

Tournament summary:

Date: 11 March 2012 – Pakistan vs Bangladesh

Brief score: Pakistan 262/8 in 50 overs (Mohammad Hafeez 89; Shahadat Hossain 3/53) beat Bangladesh 241 in 48.1 overs (Shakib Al Hasan 64; Umar Gul 3/58) by 21 runs.

Date: 13 March 2012 – India vs Sri Lanka

Brief score: India 304/3 in 50 overs (Virat Kohli 108; Farveez Maharoof 2/57) beat Sri Lanka 254/10 in 45.1 overs (Mahela Jayawardene 78; Irfan Pathan 4/32) by 50 runs

Date: 15 March 2012 – Sri Lanka vs Pakistan

Brief score: Sri Lanka 188/10 in 45.4 overs (Kumar Sangakkara 71; Aizaz Cheema 4/43) lost to Pakistan 189/4 in 39.5 overs (Umar Akmal 77; Suranga Lakmal 2/37) by 6 wickets

Date: 16 March 2012 – India vs Bangladesh

Brief score: India 289/5 in 50 overs (Sachin Tendulkar 114; Mashrafe Mortaza 2/44) lost to Bangladesh
293/5 in 49.2 overs (Tamim Iqbal 70; Praveen Kumar 3/56) by 5 wickets

Date: 18 March 2012 – Pakistan vs India

Brief score: Pakistan 329/6 in 50 overs (Nasir Jamshed 112; Ashok Dinda 2/47) lost to India 330/4 in 47.5 overs (Virat Kohli 183; Mohammad Hafeez 1/42) by 6 wickets.

Date: 20 March 2012 – Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh

Brief score: Sri Lanka 232/10 in 49.5 overs (Chamara Kapugedera 62; Nazmul Hossain 3/32) lost to Bangladesh 212/5 in 37.1 overs (Tamim Iqbal 59; Nuwan Kulasekara 2/30) by 5 wickets (D/L method).

Date: 22 March 2012 – Pakistan vs Bangladesh Final

Brief score: Pakistan 236/9 in 50 overs (Sarfraz Ahmed 46*; Abdur Razzak 2/26) beat Bangladesh 234/8 in 50 overs ( Shakib Al Hasan 68; Aizaz Cheema 3/46) by 2 runs.

Champion: Pakistan

Runner-up: Bangladesh

2014 Asia Cup winners list:

The 2014 edition of the Asia Cup was hosted in Bangladesh too. Afghanistan made its debut in the continental championship in that edition. Apart from Bangladesh and Afghanistan, India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka participated in the tournament.

Sri Lanka and Pakistan made it to the final after winning 4 and 3 matches respectively during the league stage. On the other hand, India ended their campaign with 2 wins while Bangladesh won one. In the final, Sri Lanka beat Pakistan by 5 wickets to win the Asia Cup for the fifth time.

Tournament summary:

Date: 25 February 2014 – Sri Lanka vs Pakistan

Brief score: Sri Lanka 296/6 in 50 overs (Lahiru Thirimanne 102; Umar Gul 2/38) beat Pakistan 284/10 in 48.5 overs (Umar Akmal 74; Lasith Malinga 5/52) by 12 runs.

Date: 26 February 2014 – Bangladesh vs India

Brief score: Bangladesh 279/7 in 50 overs (Mushfiqur Rahim 117; Mohammed Shami 4/50 (10 overs) lost to India 280/4 in 49 overs (Virat Kohli 136; Ziaur Rahman 1/20) by 6 wickets.

Date: 27 February 2014 – Pakistan vs Afghanistan

Brief score: Pakistan 248/8 in 50 overs (Umar Akmal 102*; Mirwais Ashraf 2/29) beat Afghanistan 176/10 in 47.2 overs (Noor Ali Zadran 44; Mohammad Hafeez 3/29) by 72 runs.

Date: 28 February 2014 – India vs Sri Lanka

Brief score: India 264/9 in 50 overs (Shikhar Dhawan 94; Ajantha Mendis 4/60) lost to  Sri Lanka 265/8 in 49.2 overs (Kumar Sangakkara 103; Ravindra Jadeja 3/30) by 2 wickets.

Date: 1 March 2014 – Afghanistan vs Bangladesh

Brief score: Afghanistan 254/6 in 50 overs (Asghar Stanikzai 90*; Arafat Sunny 2/44) beat Bangladesh 222/10 in 47.5 overs (Mominul Haque 50; Mohammad Nabi 3/44) by 32 runs.

Date: 2 March 2014 – India vs Pakistan

Brief score: India 245/8 in 50 overs (Ambati Rayudu 58; Saeed Ajmal 3/40) lost to Pakistan 249/9 in 49.4 overs (Mohammad Hafeez 75; Ravichandran Ashwin 3/44) by 1 wicket.

Date: 3 March 2014 – Sri Lanka vs Afghanistan

Brief score: Sri Lanka 253/6 in 50 overs (Kumar Sangakkara 76; Mirwais Ashraf 2/29) beat Afghanistan 124/10 in 38.4 overs (Mohammad Nabi 37 (43); Ajantha Mendis 3/11) by 129 runs

Date: 4 March 2014 – Bangladesh vs Pakistan

Brief score: Bangladesh 326/3 in 50 overs (Anamul Haque 100; Saeed Ajmal 2/61) lost to Pakistan 329/7 in 49.5 overs (Ahmed Shehzad 103; Mominul Haque 2/37) by 3 wickets

Date: 5 March 2014 – Afghanistan vs India

Brief score: Afghanistan 159 in 45.2 overs (Samiullah Shenwari 50; Ravindra Jadeja 4/30) lost to India 160/2 in 32.2 overs (Shikhar Dhawan 60; Mirwais Ashraf 1/26) by 8 wickets

Date: 6 March 2014 – Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka

Brief score: Bangladesh 204/9 in 50 overs (Anamul Haque 49; Ashan Priyanjan 2/11) lost to Sri Lanka 208/7 in 49 overs (Angelo Mathews 74*; Al-Amin Hossain 2/42) by 3 wickets.

Date: 8 March 2014 – Pakistan vs Sri Lanka Final

Brief score: Pakistan 260/5 in 50 overs (Fawad Alam 114*; Lasith Malinga 5/56) lost to Sri Lanka 261/5 in 46.2 overs (Lahiru Thirimanne 101; Saeed Ajmal 3/26) by 5 wickets.

Champion: Sri Lanka

Runner-up: Pakistan

2016 Asia Cup winners list:

The 2016 edition of the Asia Cup was played in the T20 format. The tournament was held in Bangladesh. Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and the United Arab Emirates participated in that edition. India and Bangladesh made it to the final where the Men in Blue thrashed the hosts by 8 wickets.

Tournament summary:

Date: 24 February – India vs Bangladesh

Brief score: India 166/6 in 20 overs (Rohit Sharma 83; Al-Amin Hossain 3/37) beat Bangladesh 121/7 in 20 overs ( Sabbir Rahman 44, Ashish Nehra 3/23) by 45 runs.

Date: 25 February – Sri Lanka vs United Arab Emirates

Brief score: Sri Lanka 129/8 in 20 overs (Dinesh Chandimal 50, Amjad Javed 3/25) beat the United Arab Emirates
115/9 in 20 overs (Swapnil Patil 37; Lasith Malinga 4/26) by 14 runs

Date: 26 February –  Bangladesh vs United Arab Emirates

Brief score: Bangladesh 133/8 in 20 overs (Mithun Ali 47; Mohammad Naveed 2/12) beat the United Arab Emirates
82 in 17.4 overs (Muhammad Usman 30; Mahmudullah 2/5) by 51 runs

Date: 27 February – Pakistan vs India

Brief score: Pakistan 83/10 in 17.3 overs (Sarfaraz Ahmed 25; Hardik Pandya 3/8) lost to India 85/5 in 15.3 overs (Virat Kohli 49; Mohammad Amir 3/18) by 5 wickets

Date: 28 February – Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka

Brief score: Bangladesh 147/7 in 20 overs (Sabbir Rahman 80; Dushmantha Chameera 3/30) beat Sri Lanka 124/8 in 20 overs (Dinesh Chandimal 37; Al-Amin Hossain 3/34) by 23 runs.

Date: 29 February – United Arab Emirates vs Pakistan

Brief score: United Arab Emirates 129/6 in 20 overs (Shaiman Anwar 46; Mohammad Amir 2/6) lost to Pakistan 131/3 in 18.4 overs (Shoaib Malik 63*; Amjad Javed 3/36)  by 7 wickets.

Date: 1 March – Sri Lanka vs India

Brief score: Sri Lanka 138/9 in 20 overs (Chamara Kapugedera 30; Hardik Pandya 2/26) lost to India 142/5 in 19.2 overs (Virat Kohli 56*; Nuwan Kulasekara 2/21) by 5 wickets.

Date: 2 March – Pakistan vs Bangladesh

Brief score: Pakistan 129/7 in 20 overs (Sarfaraz Ahmed 58*; Al-Amin Hossain 3/25) lost to Bangladesh 131/5 in 19.1 overs (Soumya Sarkar 48; Mohammad Amir 2/26) by 5 wickets.

Date: 3 March – United Arab Emirates vs India

Brief score: United Arab Emirates 81/9 in 20 overs (Shaiman Anwar 43; Bhuvneshwar Kumar 2/8) lost to India 82/1 in 10.1 overs (Rohit Sharma 39; Qadeer Ahmed 1/23) by 9 wickets.

Date: 4 March – Sri Lanka vs Pakistan

Brief score: Sri Lanka 150/4 in 20 overs (Tillakaratne Dilshan 75*; Mohammad Irfan 2/18) lost to Pakistan 151/4 in 19.2 overs (Umar Akmal 48; Tillakaratne Dilshan 1/2) by 6 wickets.

Date: 6 March – India vs Bangladesh Final

Brief score: Bangladesh 120/5 in 15 overs (Mahmudullah Riyad 33*; Jasprit Bumrah 1/13) lost to India 122/2 in 13.5 overs (Shikhar Dhawan 60; Taskin Ahmed 1/14) by 8 wickets.

Champion: India

Runner-up: Bangladesh 

2018 Asia Cup winners list:

After a long gap of 23 years, Asia Cup returned to the UAE in 2018. It was played in the 50-over format. India, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Hong Kong took part in that edition. The six teams were divided into two groups. After the league stage and the Super 4s, India and Bangladesh played the final where the Men in Blue clinched the title by winning the game by 3 wickets.

Tournament summary:

Group A:
Date: 16 September 2018 – Hong Kong vs Pakistan

Brief score: Hong Kong 116/10 in 37.1 overs (Aizaz Khan 27; Usman Khan 3/19) lost to Pakistan 120/2 in 23.4 overs ( Imam-ul-Haq 50*; Ehsan Khan 2/34) by 8 wickets.

Date: 18 September 2018 – India vs Hong Kong

Brief score: India 285/7 in 50 overs (Shikhar Dhawan 127; Kinchit Shah 3/39) beat Hong Kong 259/8 in 50 overs (Nizakat Khan 92; Yuzvendra Chahal 3/46) by 26 runs.

Date: 19 September 2018 – India vs Pakistan

Brief score: Pakistan 162 in 43.1 overs (Babar Azam 47; Bhuvneshwar Kumar 3/15) lost to India 164/2 in 29 overs ( Rohit Sharma 52; Shadab Khan 1/6) by 8 wickets.

Group B:
Date: 15 September 2018 – Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka

Brief score: Bangladesh 261 in 49.3 overs (Mushfiqur Rahim 144; Lasith Malinga 4/23) beat Sri Lanka 124/10 in 35.2 overs (Dilruwan Perera 29; Mustafizur Rahman 2/20) by 137 runs.

Date: 17 September 2018 – Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka

Brief score: Afghanistan 249/10 in 50 overs (Rahmat Shah 72; Thisara Perera 5/55) beat Sri Lanka 158/10 in 41.2 overs (Upul Tharanga 36; Rashid Khan 2/26) by 91 runs.

Date: 20 September 2018 – Afghanistan vs Bangladesh

Brief score: Afghanistan 255/7 in 50 overs (Hashmatullah Shahidi 58; Shakib Al Hasan 4/42) beat Bangladesh 119/10 in 42.1 overs (Shakib Al Hasan 32; Rashid Khan 2/13) by 136 runs.

Super 4s:
Date: 21 September 2018 – Bangladesh vs India

Brief score: Bangladesh 173/10 in 49.1 overs (Mehedi Hasan 42; Ravindra Jadeja 4/29) lost to India 174/3 in 36.2 overs (Rohit Sharma 83*; Rubel Hossain 1/21) by 7 wickets.

Date: 21 September 2018 – Afghanistan vs Pakistan

Brief score: Afghanistan 257/6 in 50 overs (Hashmatullah Shahidi 97*; Mohammad Nawaz 3/57) lost to Pakistan 258/7 in 49.3 overs (Imam-ul-Haq 80; Rashid Khan 3/46) by 3 wickets.

Date: 23 September 2018 – Pakistan vs India

Brief score: Pakistan 237/7 in 50 overs (Shoaib Malik 78; Jasprit Bumrah 2/29) lost to India 238/1 in 39.3 overs (Shikhar Dhawan 114) by 9 wickets.

Date: 23 September 2018 – Bangladesh vs Afghanistan

Brief score: Bangladesh 249/7 in 50 overs (Mahmudullah 74; Aftab Alam 3/54) beat Afghanistan 246/7 in 50 overs (Hashmatullah Shahidi 71; Mustafizur Rahman 2/44) by 3 runs.

Date: 25 September 2018 – Afghanistan vs India

Brief score: Afghanistan 252/8 in 50 overs (Mohammad Shahzad 124; Ravindra Jadeja 3/46) tied with India 252/10 in 49.5 overs (KL Rahul 60; Mohammad Nabi 2/40).

Date: 26 September 2018 – Bangladesh vs Pakistan

Brief score: Bangladesh 239/10 in 48.5 overs (Mushfiqur Rahim 99; Junaid Khan 4/19) beat Pakistan 202/9 in 50 overs (Imam-ul-Haq 83; Mustafizur Rahman 4/43) by 37 runs.

Date: 28 September 2018 – Bangladesh vs India Final

Brief score: Bangladesh 222/10 in 48.3 overs (Litton Das 121; Kuldeep Yadav 3/45) lost to India 223/7 in 50 overs (Rohit Sharma 48; Rubel Hossain 2/26) by 3 wickets.

Champion: India

Runner-up: Bangladesh

2022 Asia Cup winners list:

The 2022 edition of the Asia Cup was played in the 20-over format due to the T20 World Cup that year. UAE hosted the competition once again with India, Pakistan, Hong Kong, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Afghanistan as the participants. After the league stage and the Super 4s, Sri Lanka beat Pakistan in the final to lift the title.

Tournament summary:

Group A:
Date: 28 August 2022 – Pakistan vs India

Brief score: Pakistan 147/10 in 19.5 overs (Mohammad Rizwan 43; Bhuvneshwar Kumar 4/26) lost to India 148/5 in 19.4 overs (Ravindra Jadeja 35; Mohammad Nawaz 3/33) by 5 wickets.

Date: 31 August 2022 – India vs Hong Kong

Brief score: India 192/2 in 20 overs (Suryakumar Yadav 68*; Mohammad Ghazanfar 1/19) beat Hong Kong 152/5 in 20 overs (Babar Hayat 41; Bhuvneshwar Kumar 1/15) by 40 runs.

Date: 2 September 2022 – Pakistan vs Hong Kong

Brief score: Pakistan 193/2 in 20 overs (Mohammad Rizwan 78*; Ehsan Khan 2/28) beat Hong Kong 38/10 in 10.4 overs (Nizakat Khan 8; Shadab Khan 4/8) by 155 runs.

Group B:
Date: 27 August 2022 – Sri Lanka vs Afghanistan

Brief score: Sri Lanka 105/10 in 19.4 overs (Bhanuka Rajapaksa 38; Fazalhaq Farooqi 3/11) lost to Afghanistan 106/2 in 10.1 overs (Rahmanullah Gurbaz 40; Wanindu Hasaranga 1/19) by 8 wickets.

Date: 30 August 2022 – Bangladesh vs Afghanistan

Brief score: Bangladesh 127/7 in 20 overs (Mosaddek Hossain 48*; Mujeeb Ur Rahman 3/16) lost to Afghanistan
131/3 in 18.3 overs (Najibullah Zadran 43*; Mosaddek Hossain 1/12) by 7 wickets.

Date: 1 September 2022 – Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka

Brief score: Bangladesh 183/7 in 20 overs (Afif Hossain 39; Chamika Karunaratne 2/32) lost to Sri Lanka 184/8 in 19.2 overs (Kusal Mendis 60; Ebadot Hossain 3/51) by 2 wickets.

Super 4s:
Date: 3 September 2022 – Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka

Brief score: Afghanistan 175/6 in 20 overs (Rahmanullah Gurbaz 84; Dilshan Madushanka 2/37) lost to Sri Lanka 179/6 in 19.1 overs (Kusal Mendis 36; Mujeeb Ur Rahman 2/30) by 4 wickets.

Date: 4 September 2022 – India vs Pakistan

Brief score: India 181/7 in 20 overs (Virat Kohli 60; Shadab Khan 2/31) lost to Pakistan 182/5 in 19.5 overs (Mohammad Rizwan 71; Ravi Bishnoi 1/26) by 5 wickets.

Date: 6 September 2022 – India vs Sri Lanka

Brief score: India 173/8 in 20 overs (Rohit Sharma 72; Dilshan Madushanka 3/24) lost to Sri Lanka 174/4 in 19.5 overs (
Kusal Mendis 57; Yuzvendra Chahal 3/34) by 6 wickets.

Date: 7 September 2022 – Afghanistan vs Pakistan

Brief score: Afghanistan 129/6 in 20 overs (Ibrahim Zadran 35; Haris Rauf 2/26) lost to Pakistan 131/9 in 19.2 overs (Shadab Khan 36; Fazalhaq Farooqi 3/31) by 1 wicket.

Date: 8 September 2022 – India vs Afghanistan

Brief score: India 212/2 in 20 overs (Virat Kohli 122*; Fareed Ahmad 2/57) beat Afghanistan 111/8 in 20 overs (Ibrahim Zadran 64*; Bhuvneshwar Kumar 5/4) by 101 runs.

Date: 9 September 2022 – Pakistan vs Sri Lanka

Brief score: Pakistan 121/10 in 19.1 overs (Babar Azam 30; Wanindu Hasaranga 3/21) lost to Sri Lanka 124/5 in 17 overs (Pathum Nissanka 55*; Haris Rauf 2/19) by 5 wickets.

Date: 11 September 2022 – Sri Lanka vs Pakistan Final

Brief score: Sri Lanka 170/6 in 20 overs (Bhanuka Rajapaksa 71*; Haris Rauf 3/29) beat Pakistan 147/10 in 20 overs (Mohammad Rizwan 55; Pramod Madushan 4/34) by 23 runs

Champion: Sri Lanka

Runner-up: Pakistan

2023 Asia Cup winners list:

(It will be updated once the tournaments get over)

Asia Cup winners list all time:

Talking about the Asia Cup winners, India have won it a record seven times, followed by Sri Lanka who have won it 6 times. The only other team in the Asia Cup Champions list is Pakistan who has won it twice.

Here is the list of Asia Cup winners and runner-up along with the venue:

Year

Format

Host

No. of teams

Final venue

Winner

Runner-up

1984

ODI

United Arab Emirates

3

Sharjah

India

Sri Lanka

1986

ODI

Sri Lanka

3

Colombo

Sri Lanka

Pakistan

1988

ODI

Bangladesh

4

Dhaka

India

Sri Lanka

1990/91

ODI

India

3

Kolkata

India

Sri Lanka

1995

ODI

United Arab Emirates

4

Sharjah

India

Sri Lanka

1997

ODI

Sri Lanka

4

Colombo

Sri Lanka

India

2000

ODI

Bangladesh

4

Dhaka

Pakistan

Sri Lanka

2004

ODI

Sri Lanka

6

Colombo

Sri Lanka

India

2008

ODI

Pakistan

6

Karachi

Sri Lanka

India

2010

ODI

Sri Lanka

4

Dambulla

India

Sri Lanka

2012

ODI

Bangladesh

4

Mirpur

Pakistan

Bangladesh

2014

ODI

Bangladesh

5

Mirpur

Sri Lanka

Pakistan

2016

T20I

Bangladesh

5

Mirpur

India

Bangladesh

2018

ODI

United Arab Emirates

6

Dubai

India

Bangladesh

2022

T20I

United Arab Emirates

6

Dubai

Sri Lanka

Pakistan

Here is a list showing each team’s record in the ODI format of the Asia Cup:

Team

Matches

Won

Lost

Tied

No Result

Win%

India

49

31

16

1

1

65.62

Sri Lanka

50

34

16

0

0

68

Pakistan

45

26

18

0

1

59.09

Bangladesh

43

7

36

0

0

16.28

Afghanistan

9

3

5

1

0

38.89

Hong Kong

6

0

6

0

0

0

United Arab Emirates

4

0

4

0

0

0

The T20I Asia Cup winners list has only two teams so far – India and Sri Lanka. India won the inaugural edition in 2018 before Sri Lanka won it in 2022.

Here is a list showing each team’s record in the T20I format of Asia Cup:

Team

Matches

Won

Lost

Tied

No Result

Win%

India

10

8

2

0

0

80

Sri Lanka

10

6

4

0

0

60

Pakistan

10

5

5

0

0

50

Bangladesh

7

3

4

0

0

42.85

Afghanistan

5

2

3

0

0

40

United Arab Emirates

4

0

4

0

0

0

Hong Kong

2

0

2

0

0

0

Overall record of the most successful teams in the tournament:

Rank

Teams

Appearance

Titles

Runners-up

1

India

14

7

3

2

Sri Lanka

15

6

6

3

Pakistan

14

2

3

4

Bangladesh

14

0

3

Asia Cup 2023 Winners List FAQs:

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