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1975 World Cup in England

The tournament started with eight participating teams, with East Africa, Sri Lanka being termed as the ‘minnows’ playing 60-overs per team one-day matches. The format was kept simple as two groups (with four teams each) competed for the best four to go up to the semi finals.

1979 World Cup in England

Caribbean dominance continued at the World Cup as the West Indies won the second edition of the tournament as well.

The 1983 World Cup in England

1983 – A golden year in the history of Indian cricket! The Men in Blue stunned the world as they went on to claim their first World Cup trophy.

The 1987 World Cup in India and Pakistan

The 1987 World Cup marked the beginning of Australia’s dominance in the world of cricket.

The 1992 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand

Cricket World Cup Final 1992 - Pakistan’s Imran Khan and his boys lifted their first World Cup trophy in 1992, the year which also marked the advent of coloured clothes and floodlights in cricket.

The 1996 World Cup in India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka

Once termed as the minnows in the tournament now walked away with the World Cup trophy – that is story of Sri Lanka when they won the World Cup in 1996, the year when the tournament once again returned to the Indian sub-continent.

The 1999 World Cup in England

The 1999 World Cup saw the trophy go back to former World Champions, Australia.

The 2003 World Cup in South Africa

Australia’s dominance continued in the 21st century as Ricky Ponting and his boys picked the World Cup for the second consecutive year, their third in all.

The 2007 World Cup in West Indies

Australia continued to rule world cricket after they defended their title for the third time in a row. Apart from Australia’s victory, there is no other reason why people would like to remember this World Cup.