All Team’s Scores In World Cup 1983

Semi-Final Of World Cup 1983

The Top Teams in World Cup 1983 Are West Indies, India, and England. But, In the year 1983 Indian Cricket Team had Made History. For the First Time in History India had won the World Cup in 1983. There is One Story that Also got Viral, After Winning India, the Whole people Come in the Stadium and Dancing and Enjoyed their Victory. On this World Cup 1983, the movie was also Being Released named as 83. 

Semi-Final Of World Cup 1983

The Semi-Final Match had done between England Vs India And Pakistan Vs West Indies. In England Vs India, India has scored 217/4 and won by 4 Runs. The match is Played in  Old Trafford, Manchester. And in Pakistan Vs West Indies Match, Pakistan Losses the match by 4 runs. This Match had played in The Oval, London.

  • England Vs India
  • Pakistan Vs West Indies

Final of World Cup 1983

In the Final match, Team India and Team West Indies have come. Everyone knows the World cup is always of 60 Overs. But In the Final one of the Finalist Teams has not Completed their 60 Overs. Because of their wickets. 

In 1983 Year, this Final match had done. First India had won the Toss and India Chooses Batting first, All people’s Known the Great Balling of  West Indies. Balling is the Main Strength of the West Indies team. And suppose Kapil Dev takes the decision to Fight the Opposing team’s Strength.

Sunil Gavaskar has generally unsuccessful tournament, got out early for 2 Runs. The Partnership Of  Mohinder Amarnath and Krishnamachari Srikkanth Has Competed their 50 Runs for India. The Indian Team’s Captain Kapil Dev took Only 8 balls to reach 15 Runs but He was also caught off the bowling of Larry Gomes from West Indies. 

Final of World Cup 1983

Runs of India In 1983 World Cup

while Kirti Azad had felled for a duck, The Runs of India is 111/6. Roger Binny had caught on 2 Runs. While Sandeep Patil had made 27 Runs After this India had Scored 153/8. All-rounder Madan Lal was also Out on 17 Runs, And the 10th wicket partnership made 22 

Runs before Michael Holding bowled Syed Kirmani on 14 Runs. India Has Scored 183 Runs in 54.4 overs, K Srikkanth has taken the name of highest runs in this WorldCup for team India. Andy Roberts had claimed three wickets of Team India, and Malcolm Marshall, Michael Holding, and Larry Gomes took 2 wickets each.

The West Indies set out to chase the low target of 184 but lost an early gate when Balwinder Sandhu famously clean sailed Gordon Greenidge. Desmond Haynes and Viv Richards maundered easily once 50, but both batsmen were removed by the bowling of Madan Lal, leaving the West Indies at 57/3. 

Lal soon claimed a third gate-that of Gomes-and Dev also caught West Indies captain Clive Lloyd, leaving the West Indies at 66/5. Ten runs latterly, Faoud Bacchus was removed by Sandhu. Jeff Dujon and Malcolm Marshall put on the cooperation of 43 runs before Amarnath dismissed them on 119 and 124 independently. 

Runs of India In 1983 World Cup

Kapil Dev Indian Team’s Captain

Soon, Kapil Dev trapped Andy Roberts for lbw, and Amarnath sailed Michael Holding. The West Indies were therefore all out for 140, and India had won their demoiselle Cricket World Cup by 43 runs. 

The Indian bowlers had exploited the rainfall and pitch conditions to complete one of the biggest dislocations injustice history, defeating the preliminarily insurmountable West Indies. 

Both Amarnath and Lal had taken three lattices for India, while Sandhu claimed two. Amarnath was awarded the Man of the Match award for his each-around performance. (3) There was no”Man of the Series” award in 1983. 

The 1983 Cricket World Cup (officially the Prudential Cup’83) was the 3rd edition of the Cricket World Cup event. It was held from 9 to 25 June 1983 in England and Wales and was won by India. Eight countries were shared in the event. 
The 1983 World Cup was full of dramatic justice all through the event. Brigades like India and Zimbabwe who weren’t playing well during those times scored palms over the West Indies and Australia independently. 
Kapil Dev Indian Team's Captain

Top Teams in World Cup 1983

England, Pakistan, India, and event favorites West Indies qualified for the semi-finals. The primary matches were played in two groups of four brigades each, and each country played the others in its group doubly. The top two brigades in each group qualified for the semi-finals. 
 The matches comported 60 overs per innings and were played in traditional white apparel and with red balls. They were each played during the day. Unlike in former Cricket World Mugs, the group stages were played in a double round-robin format. Group A comprised the hosts England, Pakistan, New Zealand, and Sri Lanka. 
while Group B contained reigning titleholders West Indies, India, Australia, and the sole qualifier Zimbabwe. Unlike in latterly World Mugs, with formats designed similar that all games could be screened live on TV, matches took place contemporaneously at multiple venues, with matches played every other day and a reserve day in case of rain, although only three of the matches needed an alternate day. (1) 
 In Group A, England started explosively with a 106 run palm over New Zealand at The Oval, scoring an assessing322/6 in their innings, driven by cooperation of 115 in 16 overs between Allan Lamb and Mike Gatting. Pakistan also started with a palm, by 50 runs over Sri Lanka, despite being hampered throughout the event by Imran Khan being unfit to the coliseum, after scoring338/5 in 60 overs. 
Top Teams in World Cup 1983
World Cup 1983 Final Match India Vs West Indies
(2) England’s alternate group match brought an alternate palm, as David Gower’s 130, including five sixes and 12 fours, powered a 47 run palm over Sri Lanka. Meanwhile, New Zealand beat Pakistan by 52 runs despite Abdul Qadir’s4/21 in 12 overs. England also beat Pakistan by 8 lattices with nearly ten overs to spare at Lord’s, while Richard Hadlee’s5/25 saw Sri Lanka sail out for 206, New Zealand getting home with over 20 overs to spare. 
England’s only defeat of the group stages came in the fourth round of matches, against New Zealand, off the penultimate ball of the New Zealand innings. Pakistan triumphed over Sri Lanka, formerly again led by Abdul Qadir (5/44). 
The fifth round of matches on 18 June saw England seal their place in the semi-final, with the first gate cooperation of 115 between Graeme Fowler and Chris Tavaré alone scoring nearly half of Pakistan’s 232. Meanwhile, New Zealand failed to secure passage to the knockout stage, losing to Sri Lanka in a low-scoring affair. 
In the final round of matches, England beat Sri Lanka by 9 lattices in a match with no counteraccusations for the final table. The match between New Zealand and Pakistan would decide the alternate qualifier. Any palm by New Zealand would be sufficient to see them qualify; Pakistan hadn’t only to win but do so by a sufficient periphery to catch New Zealand’s average run rate. (3) An 11 run palm for Pakistan proved sufficient, as Zaheer Abbas made an unbeaten 103 before New Zealand were sailed out. 
World Cup 1983 Final Match India Vs West Indies

Match Scores of India Vs West Indies World Cup 1983
Group B started with the first shock of the event, as Zimbabwe beat Australia in what Wisden described as”a bigger surprise than any in the former two world mugs”. (4) Duncan Fletcher led the way, making 69 * and being awarded man of the match. In the other opening Group B match, India delivered another” stunner” as they beat the holders West Indies by 34 runs, brushing them out for 228 with 35 balls to spare– the 1st ever master suffered by the potent West Indies in a World Cup as they had dominated both the 1975 and 1979 events without losing a single match in either edition! 
Wet rainfall in the alternate round of games played on 11 June led to low scores. West Indies scored252/9 in their innings, which stretched over two days, against Australia; in response, Australia was sailed out for 151 in just30.3 overs, trouble not helped by Graeme Wood being taken to a sanitarium with a severe concussion after being hit by Michael Holding. (5) India comfortably beat Zimbabwe by 5 lattices in the simultaneous institution. Two days latterly, Australia thrashed India by 162 runs, with the man of the match Trevor Chappell scoring 110 off 131 balls and Ken MacLeay taking6/39. 

Scorecard of World Cup 1983

Scorecard of World Cup 1983
The other match that day was also a one-sided affair, as West Indies confined Zimbabwe to just217/7 in their 60 overs, despite Duncan Fletcher scoring another unbeaten partial century, and also gamboled home with the cooperation of 195 for the third gate between Gordon Greenidge and Larry Gomes. 
In the first of the return institutions, West Indies crushed India by 66 runs, with Viv Richards making 119; for the alternate time in the event, an opposing batsman retired hurt, as Dilip Vengsarkar was the unlucky batsman on this occasion, hit in the mouth by Malcolm Marshall. (6) Australia beat Zimbabwe by 32 runs to position their account in the event. The India v Zimbabwe match on June 18 was described by Wisden as”a remarkable match (which) contained one of the most spectacular innings played in this form of justice”, as Kapil Dev coming into the club with India at9/4 that soon came17/5, went on to score 175 not out from India’s score of266/8, which Zimbabwe hardly failed to chase down, India winning by 31 runs. 
World Cup 1983 Final Match India Vs West Indies
(7) West Indies qualified for the semi-finals with a match to spare, beating Australia by 7 lattices mainly due to a cooperation of 124 for the alternate gate between Greenidge and Richards. That left West Indies versus Zimbabwe as a dead rubber, and West Indies properly won by ten lattices with nearly fifteen overs to spare. The final group B match was a straightforward hassle for qualification between Australia and India. Still, after India had made 247 all out, in platoon trouble where the loftiest score was 40 and there were 37 extras, Australia collapsed to 129 all out, with Madan Lal and Roger Binny taking four lattices each. 
Did You Spot Sachin Tendulkar in Ranveer Singh's 83 Caravan?

Did You Spot Sachin Tendulkar in Ranveer Singh’s 83 Caravan?

83 stars Ranveer Singh as Kapil Dev, who led the Indian justice platoon to their 1983 World Cup palm.

The caravan for Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone’s forthcoming film 83 dropped on 30 November. The film follows platoon India’s major palm at the 1983 Cricket World Cup against West Indies. While suckers have loved the caravan, numerous were overjoyed when they spotted a youthful boy celebrating in the caravan, who bears a resemblance to a youthful Sachin Tendulkar.

A film critic participated in a still from the caravan on Twitter with the question, “ Sachin?” and the film’s editor Nitin Baid replied in the affirmative.

Ranveer Singh's 83


The casts of the youthful Sachin celebrating the 1983 palm in the caravan are doing the rounds on social media. The‘Master Blaster’Sachin Tendulkar had taken to social media at the 37th anniversary of the palm to recall how he celebrated that day.

Tendulkar had twittered, “ The#WorldCup1983 Final like for numerous was a corner event in my life. Still recall my musketeers & I celebrating all lattices right from BS Sandhu’s grand delivery to Greenidge to Kapil Paaji’s catch. We jumped & celebrated the fall of each gate! What an evening it was.”

In 83, Ranveer Singh plays the part of star cricketer Kapil Dev who led the Indian platoon to palm in 1983.

83 also stars Tahir Raj Bhasin, Jiiva, Saqib Saleem, Jatin Sarna, Chirag Patil, Dinker Sharma, Nishant Dahiya, Harrdy Sandhu, Sahil Khattar, Ammy Virk, Addinath Kothare, Dhairya Karwa, R Badree and Pankaj Tripathi, and Deepika Padukone. The film is listed to release theatrically on 24 December.

Frequently Asked Questions About World Cup 1983
All Team's Scores In World Cup 1983
Who was the Man of the Series in the 1983 World Cup?

Both Amarnath and Lal had taken three lattices for India, while Sandhu claimed two. Amarnath was awarded the Man of the Match award for his each-round performance. There was no”Man of the Series” award in 1983.
Who was the highest run-scorer in World Cup Cricket 1983?
The 1983 Cricket World Cup (officially the Prudential Cup’83) was the 3rd edition of the Cricket World Cup event. It was held from 9 to 25 June 1983 in England and Wales and was won by India.
When did Kapil Dev score 175?

Kapil Dev smashed 175 runs against Zimbabwe after India was left floundering at 17/5. India latterly won the match by 31 runs. 1983 World Cup triumph is appertained to as the reversal moment for Indian justice where the pushovers came aside with fortitude and determination to win
All Team's Scores In World Cup 1983
Who scored 175 not out in the 1983 World Cup?

Kapil Dev’s unbeaten 175 off 138 balls took India from17/5 to266/8 and helped them beat Zimbabwe by 31 runs in the quarter- tests of the 1983 World Cup.
Who won in 1983?

India Has won the World cup 1983 and made history.

All Team's Scores In World Cup 1983
Who is India’s highest score in the 1983 World Cup?

Yashpal Sharma did the Highest score in World Cup 1983.

Who took the most wickets in the 1983 World Cup?

Roger Binny has taken the Most Wickets in the 1983 World Cup.

Which cricketer took the most wickets in the 1983 World Cup?

Roger Binny has taken the Most Wickets in World Cup 1983.

All Team's Scores In World Cup 1983
Which bat does Kapil Dev use?

Kapil Dev Uses Right-hand Bat.

How many runs did Kapil Dev score in the Prudential World Cup 1983?

Kapil Dev scored 21 Runs in World Cup 1983.

Who broke Kapil Dev 175 record?

Bumrah had Broken Kapil Dev’s 175 Record.
All Team's Scores In World Cup 1983
Where did Kapil Dev score 175?

Against Zimbabwe in TUNBRIDGE WELLS Kapil Dev had Scored 175 Runs.

How many overs were there in the 1983 World Cup?

In every World Cup, there are 60 Overs only.
Who won the 1983 Cricket World Cup?

Team India Had won the Cricket World Cup in 1983.

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