Cricket World Cup Finalist, Winner and Player of the Match of all seasons

The ICC Cricket World Cup is a prestigious tournament of the Cricket which is held in every 4 years. Earlier the game was played for 60 overs each side but from 1987 World Cup, it was reduced to 50 overs each side.

Let’s us look at the Cricket World Cup Finalist, Winner and Player of the Match of all seasons:

The 1975 World Cup Final was played between West Indies and Australia where West Indies defeated Australia and won the match by 17 runs, Clive Lloyd (West Indies) was named Player of the Match. 

The 1979 World Cup Final was played between West Indies and England where West Indies defeated England and won the match by 92 runs, Sir Viv Richards (West Indies) was named Player of the Match. 

The 1983 World Cup Final was played between India and West Indies where India defeated West Indies and won the match by 43 runs, Mohinder Amarnath (India) was named Player of the Match. 

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The 1987 World Cup Final was played between Australia and England where Australia defeated England and won the match by 7 runs, David Boon (Australia) was named Player of the Match. 

The 1992 World Cup Final was played between Pakistan and England where Pakistan defeated England and won the match by 22 runs, Wasim Akram (Pakistan) was named Player of the Match. 

The 1996 World Cup Final was played between Sri Lanka and Australia where Sri Lanka defeated Australia and won the match by 7 wickets, Aravinda de Silva (Sri Lanka) was named Player of the Match. 

The 1999 World Cup Final was played between Australia and Pakistan where Australia defeated Pakistan and won the match by 8 wickets, Shane Warne (Australia) was named Player of the Match. 

The 2003 World Cup Final was played between Australia and India where Australia defeated India and won the match by 125 runs, Ricky Ponting (Australia) was named Player of the Match. 

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The 2007 World Cup Final was played between Australia and Sri Lanka where Australia defeated Sri Lanka and won the match by 53 runs, Adam Gilchrist (Australia) was named Player of the Match. 

The 2011 World Cup Final was played between India and Sri Lanka where India defeated Sri Lanka and won the match by 6 wickets, MS Dhoni (India) was named Player of the Match. 

The 2015 World Cup Final was played between Australia and New Zealand where Australia defeated New Zealand and won the match by 7 wickets, James Faulkner (Australia) was named Player of the Match. 

The 2019 World Cup Final was played between England and New Zealand where England defeated New Zealand and won on boundary count, Ben Stokes (England) was named Player of the Match. 

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