The World Cup Trophy
Flag of India
Logo of the ICC Cricket World Cup 1999
The Australian team that toured England in 1878
From left to right: All the official trophies of Cricket World Cup from 1975–Present
Lala Amarnath batting during a match against Middlesex at Lord's, c. 1936
The Prudential Cup trophy
Queen Elizabeth II with members of the Indian team during the Indian tour of England in 1952.
1996 ICC Cricket World Cup trophy
;A graph showing India's Test match results against all Test match teams from 1932 to September 2006.
A crowd of over 10,000 fans welcome the Australian team on completing the first World Cup hat-trick – Martin Place, Sydney.
With 619 wickets, Anil Kumble is the world's fourth highest wicket-taker in Tests and India's highest Test and ODI wicket-taker.
England perform a lap of honour around Lord's after their victory on 14 July 2019.
The Indian cricket team in action at Wankhede Stadium.
The captains of the 2007 Cricket World Cup.
Sachin Tendulkar holding the 2011 World Cup.
Mello, the mascot of the 2007 World Cup
Indian players celebrate after taking a wicket against New Zealand in 2010.
Civic Centre, South Africa honours the 2003 World Cup.
Day 1, India's first day/night test match, held at Eden Gardens.
Martin Crowe was the first player to be named Man of the Tournament
Sachin Tendulkar celebrates his 38th Test century during a match against Australia in 2008. Tendulkar holds multiple world records including the world's leading run-scorer and century maker in both Tests and ODIs.
Sachin Tendulkar, the leading run-scorer in World Cup history.
Supporters of the Indian cricket team wave the Indian flag during match between India and Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
Glenn McGrath the leading wicket-taker in the world cup history
Sudhir Kumar Chaudhary, a fan of the Indian cricket team, travels to all Indian home games with his body painted as the Indian flag.

The 1999 Cricket World Cup (officially known as ICC Cricket World Cup '99) was the seventh edition of the Cricket World Cup, organised by the International Cricket Council (ICC).

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The tournament was won by Australia, who beat Pakistan by 8 wickets in the final at Lord's Cricket Ground in London.

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However, a separate Women's Cricket World Cup had been held two years before the first men's tournament, and a tournament involving multiple international teams had been held as early as 1912, when a triangular tournament of Test matches was played between Australia, England and South Africa.

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Test rivalries include The Ashes (with England), The Border-Gavaskar Trophy (with India), the Frank Worrell Trophy (with the West Indies), the Trans-Tasman Trophy (with New Zealand), and with South Africa.

- Australia national cricket team

The team has won the Cricket World Cup twice (1983 and 2011), the ICC T20 World Cup once (2007) and the ICC Champions Trophy twice (2002 and 2013) and have also finished as runners-up in the Cricket World Cup once (2003), the T20 World Cup once (2014), and the Champions Trophy twice (2000 and 2017).

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Australia is the most successful team in ODI cricket history, winning more than 60 per cent of their matches, with a record seven World Cup final appearances (1975, 1987, 1996, 1999, 2003, 2007 and 2015) and have won the World Cup a record five times: 1987, 1999, 2003, 2007 and 2015.

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Australia has won the tournament five times, India and West Indies twice each, while Pakistan, Sri Lanka and England have won it once each.

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Test rivalries include The Border-Gavaskar Trophy (with Australia), the Pautadi Trophy (with England), Anthony de Mello Trophy (with England), the Freedom Trophy (with South Africa).

- India national cricket team

Rahul Dravid of India scored the most runs (461) in the tournament.

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In 1999 the event was hosted by England, with some matches also being held in Scotland, Ireland, Wales and the Netherlands.

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After failing to reach the semifinals at the 1999 Cricket World Cup, Tendulkar was again made captain, and had another poor run, losing 3–0 on a tour of Australia and then 2–0 at home to South Africa.

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Pakistani opener Yasir Hameed playing against Australia at Lord's in England
Shahid Afridi batting against Sri Lanka in the ICC World Twenty20 Final at Lord's in England
Pakistan's Women's T20 Cricket team

Pakistan was given Test status on 28 July 1952 and made its Test debut against India at Feroz Shah Kotla Ground, Delhi in October 1952, with India winning by an innings and 70 runs.

Pakistan was the 1992 World Cup champion, and was the runner-up in the 1999 tournament.

Pakistan has the distinct achievement of having won each of the major ICC international cricket tournaments: ICC Cricket World Cup (1992), ICC T20 World Cup (2009) and ICC Champions Trophy (2017); as well as becoming the fourth team to lift the mace of the ICC Test Championship in 2016.

These teams include Zimbabwe, Sri Lanka, West Indies, Bangladesh, South Africa, Australia and an ICC World XI team.