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India under Kapil Dev’s captainship made history by winning the ICC Cricket World Cup trophy for the first time in 1983. Image source: static.sportskeeda.com
Yashpal Sharma won the Man of the Match award in the 1983 World Cup final because of his slow and patient game against the fast bowlers of the West Indies. Image source: www.icc-cricket.com
In the 1983 World Cup final, Kapil, the captain of the Indian team, made a remarkable score of 17 for 5 beating Zimbabwe in 1983. Image source: www.amazingtruelifestories.com
In the 1996 India versus Pakistan World Cup quarterfinal, Navjot Singh Sidhu took centre stage by hitting 93 against Pakistan’s daredevil bowlers. Image source: www.icc-cricket.com
Sourav Ganguly and Rahul Dravid batted together for 45 overs in the 1999 India versus Sri Lanka World Cup match. It is the longest partnership in World Cup history. Image source: www.sportskeeda.com
In the 2003 World Cup, the left-arm bowler Ashish Nehra took six wickets, giving India an inclusive win over England. Image source: www.ibnlive.in.com
In the 2003 India versus Pakistan match, Sachin Tendulkar played his very best innings, making it one of the brilliant games so far. Image source: www.indiatimes.com
Yuvaraj, the all-rounder, bowled for ten straight overs taking 5 for 31 to defend India from Ireland in 2011. Image source: www.essentiallysports.com
Yuvaraj and Raina ended Australia’s 12-year supremacy by their partnership score in the quarterfinal match against Australia in 2011. Image source: www.brunchnews.com
In the 2011 World Cup final, Mahindra Singh Dhoni hit 91 for 79 balls defeating Sri Lanka and ending the 28-year-long wait for the trophy. Image source: www.rediff.com