Australia team is the most effective team in the cricket history, winning five tournaments and finishing as runner-up twice. West Indies team won the first two world cups (1975 and 1979), Australia team has played the most final matches (Seven out of eleven world finals: 2015, 2007, 2003, 1999, 1996, 1987, and 1975).
ICC Cricket World Cup Winners Captains List If you are a captain and your team has won a World Cup you will be remembered forever and ever. That’s the magic of the World Cup. It is the next big thing after the Olympics in the world of sports. World Cup is the biggest tournament in cricket. They say Cricket is a Gentleman’s game.
Australia created a history by winning the ICC Cricket World Cup for the third time in a row. They are since then known as the world champions in cricket. Host: West Indies. Winner: Australia; Final Venue: Bridgetown; Runner-up: Sri Lanka; Result: Australia won by 53 runs. 2011 Cricket World Cup. The event was co-hosted by India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.
Summary of all the Cricket World Cups is; World Cup 2019 Final. Winner: England . Runner Up: New Zealand. Margin: Match tied (England won Super Over on boundary count) Venue: Lords, London
India and West Indies have won world cups 2-2 times each. West Indies won first two cricket world cups 1975 and 1979 whereas India became champions in 1983 and 2011. Pakistan cricket team won world cup in 1992 and Sri Lanka became cricket world champion in 1996. England won recent world cup in 2019.
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Winner Result Runner Host Final Venue; 2007: India: India won by 5 runs: Pakistan: South Africa: Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg: 2009: Pakistan: Paistan won by 8 wickets: Sri Lanka: England: Lord’s, London: 2010: England: England won by 7 wickets: Australia: West Indies: Kensington Oval: 2012: West Indies: West Indies won by 36 runs: Sri Lanka: Sri Lanka: R Premadasa Stadium, Colombo: 2014
After a successful world cup campaign in 1987, Australia won the hosting rights for the 1992 ICC Cricket World Cup along with New Zealand. One of the most fiercely fought Cricket World Cups saw the aggressive Pakistan Team emerging victorious to win gather first-ever World Cup title at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.