Who won World Cup 1983?

On this day in 1983, Kapil Dev and his India side made history, as they won the ICC Cricket World Cup for the first time. Lord’s was the scene for India’s greatest cricketing triumph at the time, as they beat two-time winners West Indies by 43 runs to lift the coveted trophy.

Who was the man of the match in 1983 World Cup?

Lord’s, London
Toss West Indies, elected to field first
Season 1983
Player Of The Match Mohinder Amarnath
Series result India won the 1983 Prudential World Cup

Who was the captain of India in 1983 World Cup?

NEW DELHI: Legendary all-rounder Kapil Dev captained India to a historic World Cup triumph 37 years ago. India won the coveted cricket World Cup for the first time, defeating the mighty West Indies by 43 runs in the final at the iconic Lord’s ground on June 25, 1983.

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Did Gavaskar played 1983 World Cup?

Playing XI of India’s 1983 World Cup final. Sunil Gavaskar: The Bombay batsman needs no introduction and went on to become one of the greatest Test batsmen of all time. Gavaskar became the first batsman to cross 10,000 runs in Test cricket and scored 34 centuries in the longest format of the game.

Who was the highest scorer for India in the match 1983?

Highest scores

Player Team Score
Kapil Dev India 175*
David Gower England 130
Sir Viv Richards West Indies 119
Trevor Chappell Australia 110

Who is the highest score in 1983 World Cup final?

High score: Kapil Dev (175*)

India captain Kapil Dev re-wrote the history books with his remarkable innings of 175 not out against Zimbabwe. Not only was it the highest World Cup score at the time, it was also a record score in one-day international cricket.

Who won the first World Cup?

Uruguay national football team

Who is highest score in ODI?

Highest individual score in One Day International cricket as of February 2021, by player

Number of runs scored
RG Sharma (India vs Sri Lanka – 2014) 264
MJ Guptill (New Zealand vs West Indies – 2015)* 237
V Sehwag (India vs West Indies – 2011) 219
CH Gayle (West Indies vs Zimbabwe – 2015) 215

Who won the World Cup 1984?

The 1984 World Cup took place 14–18 November at the Olgiata Golf Club, located 15 miles north of Rome, Italy. It was the 31st World Cup event.

1984 World Cup (men’s golf)

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Tournament information
Winner’s share $60,000 team $25,000 individual
Champion
Spain José María Cañizares & José Rivero
414 (−18)

Who has won the most t20 World Cup?

The above list shows that the West Indies is the most successful team that has won two ICC T20 Cricket World Cups: 2012 and 2016.

Hemant Singh.

Winner Runner up Year/Host
1. India Pakistan 2007/South Africa
2. Pakistan Sri Lanka 2009/England
3. England Australia 2010/ West Indies
4. West Indies Sri Lanka 2012/Sri Lanka

Who won the World Cup 1987?

Australian Men’s Cricket Team

Who won 1979 World Cup?

West Indies cricket team

How many times did India win the World Cup?

The Indian cricket team are two times World Champions. In addition to winning the 1983 Cricket World Cup, they triumphed over Sri Lanka in the 2011 Cricket World Cup on home soil. They were also runners-up at the 2003 Cricket World Cup, and semifinalists four times(1987, 1996, 2015, 2019).

Who scored fastest 200 in ODI?

The record of the fastest double century in ODI is held by Chris Gayle. He broken the record of Virender Sehwag. Chris Gayle has scored 200 runs in just 138 balls while Sehwag achieved this feat in 140 balls.

Who is India’s top scorer in 1987 World Cup?

Most runs

Player Team Avg
Saleem Malik Pakistan 53.83
Dean Jones Australia 44.85
Sunil Gavaskar India 50.55
Allan Lamb England 59.80

What team won the highest number of 50 over World Cup titles?

England are the current champions after winning the 2019 edition.

Cricket World Cup.

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The World Cup Trophy
Administrator International Cricket Council (ICC)
Current champion England (1st title)
Most successful Australia (5 titles)
Most runs Sachin Tendulkar (2,278)
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