India’s 7-0 record against Pakistan in cricket world cups: Impact players and Key matches

India is going to have a clash with Pakistan tomorrow for ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.

New Delhi: India is going to have a clash with Pakistan tomorrow for ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. Whole Indian and Pakistani cricket fans are super excited for the match. Meanwhile, in the history of Cricket World Cups, India boasts an impeccable record against arch-rivals Pakistan, winning all seven encounters. Key players have played pivotal roles in maintaining this dominance, with Sachin Tendulkar, Rohit Sharma, and Virat Kohli leading the charge in recent years.

Highlights of Crucial Encounters:

2019 ICC Cricket World Cup:            

India continued their unbeaten streak against Pakistan with a decisive victory in 2019. Rohit Sharma’s stellar performance, scoring 140 runs off 113 balls, propelled India to post a formidable total of 336/5. Pakistan’s efforts fell short, managing only 212/6 in a rain-affected game.

2015 ICC Cricket World Cup:

Virat Kohli’s impressive century was the highlight as India secured a 76-run victory over Pakistan. India set a challenging target of 300 runs, and Kohli’s brilliant innings played a crucial role in this win.

2011 ICC World Cup Semi-final:

Sachin Tendulkar’s composed innings of 85 runs led India to post a total of 260/9. The Indian bowlers, spearheaded by Zaheer Khan, ensured Pakistan fell short by 29 runs in a thrilling semi-final encounter.

2003 ICC World Cup:

Sachin Tendulkar’s iconic innings of 98 runs off 75 balls and a memorable six off Shoaib Akhtar’s delivery guided India to a six-wicket victory. Zaheer Khan and Ashish Nehra’s impressive bowling performances complemented India’s triumph.

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1999 ICC World Cup:               

Venkatesh Prasad’s outstanding five-wicket haul played a pivotal role as India defended a target of 228 runs, securing a 47-run victory over Pakistan.

1996 ICC World Cup Quarter-final:

Navjot Singh Sidhu’s exceptional innings of 93 runs and an all-around performance by the Indian bowlers guided India to a thrilling 39-run victory in the quarter-final.

1992 ICC World Cup:

In the inaugural encounter between India and Pakistan in World Cups, Sachin Tendulkar’s all-round display earned him the Player of the Match award, setting the tone for India’s memorable victory.

India’s exceptional performances in these crucial matches have cemented their dominant position over Pakistan in the Cricket World Cup, making every encounter a highly anticipated event for fans across both nations.

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