Cricket World Cup 1992. Classic matches and memorable performances. Excerpts from Indra Vikram Singh’s book ‘The Big Book of World Cup Cricket’

Andy Flower and Arjuna Ranatunga.

Runs galore as Sri Lanka overcome Zimbabwe in last over finish

Dean Jones.

Just one run separates India and Australia

Allan Donald.

Inspired Sri Lankan effort in a nail-biting win over South Africa

Iab Botham.

Botham’s all-round magic on show as the Old Enemy capitulates

Martin Crowe.

Greatbatch and Crowe sparkle against the once-mighty West Indies


When Inzamam arrived with a bang

Wet blanket on a potential humdinger

Wasim Akram.

Star turn by Wasim Akram as Pakistan lift the 1992 World Cup

The 1992 Cricket World Cup was a game-changer

(Author Indra Vikram Singh can be contacted on email

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The Big Book of World Cup Cricket 1975-2011

Published in India by Sporting Links

ISBN 978-81-901668-4-3

Available on Amazon at an attractive price


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