A glorious cup with historical glory is the Asia Cup. It is basically a men’s one-day international limited overs and three international cricket tournaments. However, let us tell you that the Asia Cup was established in 1983. Similarly, the Asian Cricket Council has organized a program to promote camaraderie among Asian countries through this cup. Check the Asia Cup Winners List from 1984 to 2023.
On the other hand, the Cup was originally supposed to be held every two years. However, it cannot be said that the relationship between each country has become good through playing this cup. Because there have been times when the tournament was boycotted due to some kind of strain in relations with other countries. Anyway, even today, the Asia Cup is shining like a star with its existence.
As an Indian, I am proud to say that India has been the best-performing and most importantly successful team in the Asia Cup. Although the history of this cup is very long. Where many groups have come, many groups have gone. But despite everything, the pride of the Asia Cup is still intact.
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On the other hand, Sri Lanka is the most successful team in the Asia Cup after India. Moreover, the most competitive Asia Cup was between India, Sri Lanka, and Pakistan. Although six teams are currently competing in the Asia Cup. At the same time, India has won seven titles in the Asia Cup.
Asia Cup Winners List from 1984 to 2023
Similarly, Sri Lanka has won the tournament six times and Pakistan has won the tournament twice. On the other hand, the tournament was boycotted in 1986 because India’s cricketing relations with Sri Lanka were strained. Not only this, the 1990-91 tournament was boycotted due to strained political relations between India and Pakistan.
Anyway, such incidents happen in any event. But we cannot forget that to date we have had numerous winners in the Asia Cup. It is very necessary to learn their names. So without further ado let’s see which teams are the Asia Cup winners from 1984 to 2023.
|1986||ODI||Sri Lanka||Pakistan||Sri Lanka|
|1997||ODI||Sri Lanka||India||Sri Lanka|
|2004||ODI||Sri Lanka||India||Sri Lanka|
|2010||ODI||India||Sri Lanka||Sri Lanka|
|2023||ODI||India||Sri Lanka||Sri Lanka|