Table of Contents
- 1 Who hosted the Cricket World Cup in the year 1987?
- 2 Who captained the Indian cricket team first?
- 3 Who won the 1987 World Cup cricket?
- 4 Who was the captain of Indian cricket team in 1983?
- 5 Who was the captain of Australia in 1987 World Cup?
- 6 Who is India’s top scorer in 1987 World Cup?
- 7 Who is the woman captain of Indian cricket team?
- 8 Who was captain of Australia in 1987?
- 9 Who was the captain in 1983?
- 10 How did Kapil Dev became captain?
- 11 Who was the man of the match in 1987 World Cup?
- 12 When was the 1987 Cricket World Cup held in India?
- 13 Who was the first captain of Indian cricket team in ODI?
- 14 How many captains have led India in the Cricket World Cup?
- 15 What was the name of the 4th Cricket World Cup?
Who hosted the Cricket World Cup in the year 1987?
1987 Cricket World Cup
|Dates||8 October – 8 November 1987|
|Tournament format(s)||Round robin and Knockout|
|Champions||Australia (1st title)|
Who captained the Indian cricket team first?
Colonel C. K. Nayudu
The Indian team was first led by Colonel C. K. Nayudu against England at the Lord’s.
Who won the 1987 World Cup cricket?
Australian Men’s Cricket Team
1987 Cricket World Cup/Champion
Who was the captain of Indian cricket team in 1983?
One of the great all-rounders in cricket, Kapil Dev led the Indian team to victory in the World Cup of 1983. Being a legendary fast bowler and incomparable captain, Kapil Dev’s unbeatable 175 not out in the first match against Zimbabwe laid the foundation for the journey of Team India to the World Cup title.
Who was the captain of Australia in 1987 World Cup?
|Allan Border Captain||27-Jul-1955||Batsman|
|Greg Dyer Wicket Keeper||16-Mar-1959||Wicket Keeper|
Who is India’s top scorer in 1987 World Cup?
Who is the woman captain of Indian cricket team?
India women’s national cricket team
|Captain||Mithali Raj (Test, (One Day International) Harmanpreet Kaur (T20I)|
|International Cricket Council|
|ICC status||Full member (1926)|
Who was captain of Australia in 1987?
|Allan Border Captain||27-Jul-1955||Slow left-arm orthodox|
|David Boon||29-Dec-1960||Right-arm offbreak|
|Greg Dyer Wicket Keeper||16-Mar-1959|
|Dean Jones||24-Mar-1961||Right-arm offbreak|
Who was the captain in 1983?
|Player||Date of Birth||Batting Style|
|Kapil Dev (c)||6 January 1959||Right hand|
|Mohinder Amarnath (vc)||24 September 1950||Right hand|
|Kirti Azad||2 January 1959||Right-hand|
|Roger Binny||19 July 1955||Right-hand|
How did Kapil Dev became captain?
Dev captained the Indian cricket team that won the 1983 Cricket World Cup. and in the process became first Indian captain to win Cricket World Cup. He was the coach of the Indian national team between September 1999 and September 2000….Kapil Dev.
Who was the man of the match in 1987 World Cup?
1987 Cricket World Cup Final
|Event||1987 ICC Cricket World Cup|
|Player of the match||David Boon|
|Umpires||Ram Gupta and Mahboob Shah|
|← 1983 1992 →|
When was the 1987 Cricket World Cup held in India?
This is a list of cricketers who represented their country at the 1987 Cricket World Cup in India and Pakistan which took place from 9 October 1987 to 8 November 1987. 1987 Cricket World Cup.
Who was the first captain of Indian cricket team in ODI?
Ajit Wadekar led the Indian cricket team as the first ODI captain in 2 games (India lost both games). First ODI cricket world cup was played in 1975, where the Indian cricket team was led by Srinivasaraghavan Venkataraghavan. The name “ICC World Cup” was adopted from the 1999 World Cup. Earlier World Cups were named after the sponsors.
How many captains have led India in the Cricket World Cup?
Accordingly, the names were: 1975, 1979 and 1983 – Prudential World Cup, 1987 – Reliance World Cup, 1992 – Benson & Hedges World Cup, and 1996 – Wills World Cup. Till now, there have been 6 captains who led India since 1975. The most successful Indian cricket captains in the World Cup are Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Kapil Dev.
What was the name of the 4th Cricket World Cup?
The 1987 Cricket World Cup (officially known as the Reliance Cup 1987 for sponsorship reasons) was the fourth Cricket World Cup. It was held from 8 October to 8 November 1987 in India and Pakistan – the first such tournament to be held outside England.