Champions Trophy winner to get $2.2 million, says ICC

Champions Trophy winner to get $2.2 million, says ICC

Champions Trophy winner to get $2.2 million, says ICC

New Zealand is in group A of ICC Champions Trophy, 2017 with three other teams - England, Australia and Bangladesh.

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"So far it (the injury and the period after that) has been challenging not just physically but also mentally and emotionally".

The ICC have announced that the winning side will receive the amount which is $500,000 (£387,000) more than what current champions India received in the previous tournament in 2013.

The brand Amul, which boasts of an annual sales turnover of Rs 27,000 crore (US $ 4.2 billion), will bee seen on Blackcaps playing jerseys as well as on the training kits for as long as the team manages to stay in the tournament. "This is a great opportunity for us as a team and for me as an individual to go play some good cricket and hopefully bring back that trophy", De Villiers said.

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The Whites felt hard done by, claiming McShane had fouled Stefan Johansen in the build-up, but there was no denying the quality of the finish.

"I missed a few games in the IPL, but I have no plans to miss a game for the Proteas during the Champions Trophy".

The Karnataka player, who consistently performed during the four-match Test rubber against Australia, said the young team learnt took its lessons.

A total of United States dollars 4.5 million will be shared during the multi-team tournament, with the winners getting 2.2 million and the runners-up pocketing 1.1 million. They came well-prepared and were a strong unit.

James Wear, the commercial director for New Zealand Cricket said, "We, on behalf of New Zealand Cricket are very excited".

He also said that he was disappointed for the players after the RCB's poor performance in this IPL. It will mean a lot to me to win tournaments like this and the World Cup coming up in 2019.

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