Which team won the 1992 World Cup?

November 11, 2020 Off By idswater

Which team won the 1992 World Cup?

Pakistan
Champions: Pakistan Led by Imran Khan, Pakistan famously lifted the Cricket World Cup for the first time in 1992.

Who was the winner of the 1992 Cricket World Cup?

Please do not move this article until the discussion is closed. The final of the 1992 ICC Cricket World Cup was played at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne on 25 March 1992. The match was won by Pakistan, under the captaincy of Imran Khan, as they defeated England by 22 runs to lift their first ever World Cup trophy.

When was the last time Russia won the World Cup?

It is contested by the men’s national teams of the members of the FIFA, the sport’s global governing body. The tournament has taken place organised every four years, except in 1942 and 1946, when the competition was cancelled due to World War II. The 2018 FIFA World Cup, hosted by Russia, was won by France, who beat Croatia 4–2 in regulation time.

What was the name of the team that won the World Cup?

The team that wins the finals receive the FIFA World Cup Trophy, and their name is engraved on the bottom side of the trophy. The 1970 and 1994, along with the 1986, 1990 and 2014 games are to date the only matches competed by the same teams (Brazil–Italy and Argentina–Germany respectively).

Who was the captain of New Zealand in 1992 Cricket World Cup?

New Zealand batted first and scored 262. Their captain Martin Crowe was injured while scoring 91, and opted to let John Wright captain during Pakistan’s innings rather than risk aggravating the injury, which was seen as a mistake in hindsight. When Inzamam-ul-Haq came in to bat, Pakistan still needed 123 from 15 overs.

Please do not move this article until the discussion is closed. The final of the 1992 ICC Cricket World Cup was played at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne on 25 March 1992. The match was won by Pakistan, under the captaincy of Imran Khan, as they defeated England by 22 runs to lift their first ever World Cup trophy.

Why was South Africa excluded from the 1992 Cricket World Cup?

In late 1991, South Africa were re-admitted to the International Cricket Council after 21 years of exclusion due to apartheid, and the draw was amended to include them, adding another eight matches to the round-robin. The rule for calculating the target score for the team batting second in rain-affected matches was also changed.

A notable feature of this World Cup was the innovative tactics employed by New Zealand captain Martin Crowe, who opened his team’s bowling with spin bowler Dipak Patel, rather than with a fast bowler, as is usual practice.

Why was Ian Botham dismissed in the 1992 Cricket World Cup?

Ian Botham was dismissed for a duck by Wasim Akram, followed by Alec Stewart, Hick and Gooch, which left England tumbling at 69/4. A solid partnership of 71 between Allan Lamb and Neil Fairbrother caused Imran to give an early second spell to his main pacer Wasim Akram in the 35th over. The decision wrote the fate of the match.