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1. Riot breaks out at the Eden Gardens (ICC Cricket World Cup 1996):

The semifinal clash between Sri Lanka and India was held at the Eden Gardens arena in Kolkata, India, on March 13. After the former put up a chasing score of 251, India began with a smooth start, thanks to Sachin Tendulkar’s knock of 65 off 88 balls. However, following his dismissal by wicket-keeper Romesh Kaluwitharana, the rest of the team failed to perform and soon fell to 120 for eight wickets. At this point, the crowd started lighting fire in the stands and throwing bottles on the field. The officials stopped play for nearly 15 minutes. However, that couldn’t bring the situation under control as the crowd raged on. Eventually, Sri Lanka was handed the victory.

2. Bob Woolmer’s mysterious death ( ICC Cricket World Cup 2007)

Pakistan coach Bob Woolmer died in mysterious circumstances. Pakistan was knocked out of the world cup. The investigation into Woolmer's death completely overshadowed the cricket with different conspiracy theories. Eventually, on 12 June, the Jamaican Constabulary Force announced that Woolmer had in fact died of natural causes and that it was not a murder.

3. 2007 World Cup final descends into darkness:

In the final game, Sri Lanka faced off against Australia at the Kensington Oval in Bridgetown, Barbados. Due to rains, the game was already limited to 38 overs for each side. After Australia posted a target of 282, further delays saw the target being revised to 269 from 36 overs. The arena’s floodlights stopped working properly, which led the last three over to play out in full darkness. Eventually, Sri Lanka lost by 53 runs.

4. Shan Warne tests positive of doping (ICC Cricket World Cup 2003):

At the start of ICC World Cup 2003, Shane Warne was tested positive for a banned substance. As a result, he was sent home back from South Africa and International Cricket Council (ICC) banned him for one year. He was Australia's lead spinner and they arrived as a defending champion. His omission jolted Australia's dream to defend the trophy. However, the Australia cricket team regrouped quickly and went on to win the world cup.

5. 2011 trophy - Real or fake? (ICC Cricket World Cup 2011):

After 28 long years, India finally got a chance to lift the ICC Cricket World Cup trophy. According to reports, the trophy which was lovingly adored by the Indian team was, in fact, a fake replica.

6. Rain ousts South Africa (ICC Cricket World Cup1992):

During the 1992 semifinals, South Africa faced off against England. With 252 to chase, the South Africa team gave a good fight until the rain stopped play, with the Proteas needing 22 off 13 balls. The showers ate up nearly 12 minutes of playtime and when the match resumed, the target was reduced to 21 (the scoreboard actually showed 22) off one ball, in accordance with the tournament’s new rain rules. Had the Duckworth-Lewis method been in play at the time, the revised target would have been five runs from one ball.

7. Gavaskar’s 36 runs off 174 balls in 60 overs (Cricket World Cup 1975):

In the very first match of the inaugural World Cup, India faced England at the Lord’s Cricket Ground in London, England, on June 7, 1975. With India’s target set for 335 runs from 60 overs, the audience expected a flurry of fours and sixes in the second innings. However, India could not catch up due to their Test match style of batting. The One Day International (ODI) format was still relatively new at the time and only 18 games of this type had been played prior to the World Cup. Still, Sunil Gavaskar’s score of 36 runs off 174 balls after batting for the full 60 overs is widely regarded as poor performance even by Test standards.

8. Zimbabwe protest (ICC Cricket World Cup 2003):

Zimbabwe skipper Andy Flower and Henry Olonga wore black armbands in their side's opening match on home soil in protest of Robert Mugabe's presidency, later describing the act as "mourning the death of democracy in Zimbabwe''. After some political pressure, England opted not to play against the Zimbabweans in Harare, citing "security fears'' while New Zealand also chose not to travel to Kenya on the same grounds. England's decision proved costly as they failed to progress to the Super Six stage behind Zimbabwe.

9. Sri Lanka’s walkover (ICC Cricket World Cup 1996):

The 1996 World Cup, which was being jointly hosted by India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, had four matches scheduled to be played in the island nation. Australia and West Indies, however, refrained from traveling to Sri Lanka to play the scheduled matches citing safety concerns.

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