Cricket World Cup History
Cricket World Cup, worldwide cricket title held at four-year interims that is the chief challenge in one-day cricket and a standout amongst the most-viewed brandishing occasions in the world.
In 1975 the primary Cricket World Cup was challenged in England as a progression of one-day matches of 60 overs for every side. It was held outside England, in India and Pakistan, without precedent for 1987. The 1987 challenge additionally observed the quantity of overs per side lessened to 50. In 2007 Australia turned into the primary group to win three back to back World Cup competitions.
Aftereffects of the Cricket World Cup are given in the table.
|1975||West Indies||291–8||Australia||274||West Indies won by 17 runs|
|1979||West Indies||286–9||England||194||West Indies won by 92 runs|
|1983||India||183||West Indies||140||India won by 43 runs|
|1987||Australia||253–5||England||246–8||Australia won by 7 runs|
|1992||Pakistan||249–6||England||227||Pakistan won by 22 runs|
|1996||Sri Lanka||245–3||Australia||241||Sri Lanka won by 7 wickets|
|1999||Australia||133–2||Pakistan||132||Australia won by 8 wickets|
|2003||Australia||359–2||India||234||Australia won by 125 runs|
|2007||Australia||281–4||Sri Lanka||215–8||Australia won by 53 runs|
|2011||India||277–4||Sri Lanka||274–6||India won by 6 wickets|
|2015||Australia||186–3||New Zealand||183||Australia won by 7 wickets|