Men’s Cricket Asia Cup Winners List from 1984 to 2022: Friends, Asia Cup was started in 1984, Asia Cup is already running from 50 overs i.e. ODI format. But for the first time in the year 2016, Asia Cup was played in the T20 format, after which the Asia Cricket Council decided that Asia Cup will be played alternately in the T20 format and ODI format. And the 2020 season was cancelled due to the Pandemic of 2020. In this article, we tell you about the Asia Cup Winners List from 1984 to 2018.
Men’s Cricket Asia Cup Winners List from 1984 to 2022
Asia Cup 1984 (India)
Friends, Asia Cup started for the first time in the year 1984 and was held in Sharjah, UAE. In this season, 3 teams participated in which India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka were included. This tournament was played in a round-robin format. In this Asia Cup Pakistan lost two out of 2 matches and Sri Lanka won one out of 2 matches and India won two out of 2 matches and were the table toppers. Because of this India won the first Asia Cup.
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Asia Cup 1986 (Sri Lanka)
In the Asia Cup Winners List the second cup was played in Sri Lanka, in that season India did not participate due to a conflict between India and Sri Lanka. In this season Sri Lanka and Bangladesh participated along with Pakistan. Bangladesh had lost 2 out of two matches this season. Sri Lanka won one of the two matches this season and lost one match. And Pakistan won two matches, due to which the champion team of this season became the Pakistan team.
Asia Cup 1988 (India)
In the Asia Cup Winners List, the third season of the Asia Cup also took place in a round-robin format. This time 4 teams participated in the season which was India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Bangladesh. This season Bangladesh had lost 3 out of 3 matches, Pakistan had lost 2 out of 3 matches, India had won 2 out of 3 matches and lost one and Sri Lanka had won 3 out of 3 matches.
In this season the final was played between India and Sri Lanka. Batting first, Sri Lanka scored 276 runs, chasing which India scored 280 runs losing 4 wickets in 40 overs with the help of Navjot Singh Sidhu’s 76 runs. India won this match and won its second Asia Cup.
Asia Cup 1990 (India)
In the Asia Cup Winners List, the fourth cup was held in India, and 3 teams participated in this cup. Pakistan did not participate this year due to the Indo-Pak conflict. Bangladesh lost 2 out of 2 matches, India lost 2 matches and Sri Lanka won 2 out of 2 matches.
And the final of this season was played between India and Sri Lanka. India won by 7 wickets, in which Sanjay Manjrekar scored 75 runs and Kapil Dev took 4 wickets for 31 runs, including his hat trick.
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Asia Cup 1993
In the Asia Cup Winners List. the 5th season of the Asia Cup was going to be held in Pakistan but due to a conflict between India and Pakistan, it was cancelled.
Asia Cup 1995 (India)
In the Asia Cup Winners List, the 5th season of the Asia Cup was continued in 1995 which was played in UAE. In this tournament Bangladesh lost all three out of 3 matches, India, Sri Lanka and Pakistan won two out of 3 matches. But India’s run rate was 4.8 and Sri Lanka’s rate was 4.7 and Pakistan’s 4.5.
Because of this India and Sri Lanka qualified for the final. Sri Lanka scored 230 runs in 50 overs and India scored 233 runs in 42 overs losing 2 wickets and winning the final match. In this Mohammad Azharuddin scored an unbeaten 90 runs.
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Asia Cup 1997 (Sri Lanka)
In the Asia Cup Winners List, the sixth season of the Asia Cup was played in 1997 in which Bangladesh lost three out of three matches. India and Pakistan had lost 1 out of 3 matches and won one match and one match was drawn. Due to India’s good run rate, India made its place in the final. And due to Sri Lanka winning all three of the three, Sri Lanka made its place in the Asia Cup final for the first time.
In the final, India had given a target of 240 runs, chasing which Sri Lanka scored 240 runs losing two wickets in just 37 overs. In which Atapattu scored 84 runs.
Asia Cup 2000 (Pakistan)
In the Asia Cup Winners List, this Asia Cup was played in Bangladesh in which Bangladesh lost 3 out of 3 matches. India lost 2 out of 3 matches, Sri Lanka won 2 out of 3 matches, and Pakistan won 3 out of 3 matches.
In the final, Pakistan had given Sri Lanka a target of 275 runs. Chasing this Sri Lanka was all out on 238 runs and Pakistan won its first Asia Cup.
Asia Cup 2004 (Sri Lanka)
In the 7th season of Asia cup in the Asia Cup Winners List, six teams were participating for the first time in which India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Hong Kong and UAE participated. Pakistan and Bangladesh qualified in Group A and Sri Lanka and India qualified in Group B. In the Super 4, India and Sri Lanka made it to the finals by winning two out of three matches. Pakistan also won 2 matches but Pakistan’s run rate was low so Pakistan got disqualified.
In the final, Sri Lanka gave India a target of 228 runs, chasing which team India was able to score only 203 runs. Sachin Tendulkar scored 74 runs in the final. This was Sri Lanka’s third Asia Cup title.
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Asia Cup 2008 (Sri Lanka)
For the first time the Asia Cup was hosted by Pakistan, and this year also 6 teams participated. Sri Lanka, Bangladesh in Group A and India, and Pakistan in Group B had qualified.
Later, in the Super 4, India and Sri Lanka made it to the finals. And chasing Sri Lanka’s 274 in the final, India was all out for 173. Sri Lanka won its fourth Asia title.
Asia Cup 2010 (India)
The 2010 Asia Cup was hosted by Sri Lanka. This year only 4 teams participated in which India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh participated. This season Sri Lanka made it to the finals by winning three matches and India made it to the finals by winning two matches out of 3.
In the final, India lost 6 wickets for 268 runs, which included Dinesh Karthik’s 66 runs. Chasing this, Sri Lanka was all out for just 189 runs and India won the Asia Cup for the fifth time.
Asia Cup 2014 (Sri Lanka)
This year’s Asia Cup was hosted by Bangladesh. A total of 5 teams India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan and Bangladesh participated in this season. This season Sri Lanka won 4 out of 4 matches and Pakistan won 3 out of 4 matches and made it to the finals.
In the final, Pakistan had given Sri Lanka a target of 231 runs which included Fawad Alam’s 114 runs. Chasing this Sri Lanka scored 232 runs in 46 overs. Lahiru Thirimanne scored 101 runs for Sri Lanka, and Sri Lanka won its fifth Asia Cup trophy.
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Asia Cup 2016 (India)
The 2016 Asia Cup was also hosted by Bangladesh in which India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and UAE participated. This season India made it to the finals by winning 4 out of 4 matches, and Bangladesh won three matches. This final between India and Bangladesh was reduced to 15 overs instead of 20 overs due to rain.
Batting first, Bangladesh scored 120 runs losing 4 wickets in 15 overs, chasing which India won by scoring 122 runs in the 14th over itself. This included Shikhar Dhawan’s 60 runs as India won their sixth Asia Cup.
Asia Cup 2018 (India)
The 2018 Asia Cup in the 50-over format was hosted by the UAE. India, Pakistan, Hong Kong, Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka participated in this season. In Group A, India qualified for the second round by winning 2 out of 2 matches and Pakistan by winning one out of 2 matches. And in Group B, Afghanistan secured their place in the second round by winning 2 out of 2 matches and Bangladesh by winning 1 out of 2 matches.
In the Super 4, India won two out of three matches due to a tie and Bangladesh won two out of three matches to make it to the finals. Batting first, Bangladesh set India a target of 223 runs in the final. Chasing this India scored 223 runs on the last ball and India won its 7th Asia Cup.
Asia Cup 2022 (Sri Lanka)
The 15th edition of the Asia Cup was held in UAE in 2022 and 6 teams participated in it. A total of 13 matches were played this season and the most runs in the entire season were scored by Mohammad Rizwan (281) and the most wickets were taken by Bhuvneshwar Kumar (11).
The final of this season was played between Sri Lanka and Pakistan. Batting first, Sri Lanka scored 176 runs in 20 overs with the help of Bhanuka Rajapaksa 71* (45). In response, Pakistan’s team was all out for just 147. With this win, Sri Lanka won their sixth title in the Asia Cup.
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Asia Cup Winners List all time
|2010||Sri Lanka||India||Sri Lanka|
|2004||Sri Lanka||Sri Lanka||India|
|1997||Sri Lanka||Sri Lanka||India|
|1986||Sri Lanka||Sri Lanka||Pakistan|
Asia Cup Winners List (Maximum Times Winner)
|Team||Participate||Winner||Runner Up||Winning Year|
|India||12||7||3||2018, 2016, 2010, 1995, 1991, 1988, 1984|
|Sri Lanka||13||5||6||2022, 2014, 2008, 2004, 1997, 1986|
- India has participated in 12 out of 15 Asia Cups so far, out of which they have won 7 times and finished 3 times runner-up.
- Sri Lanka participated 13 times, out of which they won 5 times and were runner-up 6 times.
- Pakistan participated 13 times, in which they won 2 times and finished runner-up in 3.
- Bangladesh participated 13 times and was runner-up 3 times.
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FAQs Related to Asia Cup Winners List
Who has won Asia Cup most?
India has so far participated in 12 out of 15 Asia Cups, out of which it has won the title 7 times (2018, 2016, 2010, 1995, 1991, 1988, 1984).
How many times Pak won Asia Cup?
Pakistan has so far participated in the Asia Cup 13 times and has won the title only twice (2000 2012) and has been runner-up 3 times.
How many Asia Cups Bangladesh won?
Bangladesh has participated in the Asia Cup a total of 13 times so far, but it has not been able to win it even once and has been runner-up 3 times.
How many overs are in the Asia cup 2022?
The Asia Cup has been held since 1984 in ODI format i.e. of 50 overs. But from 2016, it was played alternately in both ODI and T20 formats.