ICC World Cup Wonders: 5 Unbelievable Facts You Didn’t Know!!!


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ICC World Cup Facts:-

1. Cricket’s Big Debut (1975):
– The very first Cricket World Cup happened in the year 1975. This was a huge deal for cricket because it had never been played like this on a global stage before.

2. West Indies’ Double Win (1975 and 1979):
– The West Indies team did something incredible. They won not just one, but two World Cups in a row! Imagine being so good that you’re the champion two times straight, and that’s what they did in 1975 and 1979.

3. India’s Surprise Triumph (1983):
– In 1983, something amazing happened. India, a team not many people expected to win, surprised everyone. They defeated the West Indies in the final and won their very first World Cup. It was like a fairytale come true for cricket fans in India.

4. Imran Khan’s Dual Role (1992):
– In 1992, Pakistan had a leader on the cricket field who later became a leader in politics. Imran Khan, a great cricketer, captained the Pakistan team to World Cup victory. Afterward, he became the Prime Minister of Pakistan. This showed that he was not just a great cricketer but a great leader too.

5. Sachin Tendulkar’s Records:
– Sachin Tendulkar, a cricket legend from India, did some incredible things in the World Cup. He scored more runs in the World Cup than anyone else. In 2010, he did something that had never been done before – he scored 200 runs in a single World Cup match, which was like hitting two centuries in one game!

6. Australia’s Unprecedented Streak (1999-2007):
– Australia, the cricket team from ‘Down Under,’ showed their cricket dominance by winning the World Cup five times in a row from 1999 to 2007. It was a period of pure Australian cricket domination, and they became the team everyone aimed to beat.


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