ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Winners – 50 Overs: Year: World Cup Winner: Runners Up: Host: Finals Venue: 1975: West Indies: Australia: England: Lord’s Cricket Ground, London: 1979: West Indies: England: England: Lord’s Cricket Ground, London: 1983: India: West Indies: England: Lord’s Cricket Ground, London: 1987: Australia: England: India & Pakistan: Eden Gardens, Kolkata: 1992: Pakistan
The men’s Cricket World Cup is an international cricket competition established in 1975. It is contested by the men's national teams of the members of the International Cricket Council (ICC), the sport's global governing body. The tournament generally takes place every four years. Most recently, the 2019 Cricket World Cup, hosted by England ...
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The Cricket World Cup is held once in every four years. England were the Cricket World Cup winners last time. The first tournament was held in the year 1975 and the next one scheduled is in 2019 ...
Are you know, the most Cricket World Cup, from 1975 to now. As stats of cricket country, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and England cricket team won this honor for one time. India and West Indies cricket team won the “World Cup” award two times. And, the most “World Cup” winner team is Australia national cricket team.
Year 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
India won its first cricket world cup in 1983 and became ICC world cup winner 2011. While Sri Lanka, Pakistan, and England have each won once. Windies (1975 and 1979) and Aussies (1987, 1999, 2003, 2007, and 2015) are the only teams to have won consecutive titles while carving their names deep in the ICC world cup winner history.
Cricket World Cup year winner score runner-up score result 1975 West Indies 291–8 Australia 274 West Indies won by 17 runs 1979 West Indies 286–9 England 194 West Indies won by 92 runs 1983 India 183 West Indies