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Review of World Cup 2011
Miller: Decision to chop Associates tragic | ESPNcricinfo's XI | The Cup in pictures | Quotes | Ten top performances | Thrilling moments | Twenty key numbers | Stats: Turn of spin | It Figures: DRS and lbws | Surfer | Chappell wins Star Wars
India crowned world champions
South Africa's early World Cup exit
India v Sri Lanka, final, World Cup 2011, Mumbai
Ian Chappell: Dhoni took his side to the top without great bowlers, which made his achievement more remarkable
Numbers Game: We analyse teams, batsmen and bowlers on these parameters in the 2011 World Cup. By S Rajesh
Wright Thompson, an American writer new to cricket, experiences the first few weeks of the World Cup, navigating the madness of a billion fans and chasing the soul of the game
Time Out: Harsha Bhogle, Sanjay Manjrekar and Ian Chappell discuss India's World Cup triumph and its implications for Indian cricket
Rob Steen: Cricket's power centre seems to have shifted Asia-wards - and not just economicallyVideo/Audio » Magazine » Page 2 »
ICC Cricket World Cup, 2010/11 (in Bangladesh/India/Sri Lanka ODIs)
Chappell-Hadlee Trophy, 2010/11 (Australia, New Zealand in India ODIs)
Overall | Australia | Bangladesh | Canada | England | India | Ireland | Kenya | Netherlands | New Zealand | Pakistan | South Africa | Sri Lanka | West Indies | Zimbabwe | in Bangladesh | in India | in Sri Lanka | Year 2014
World Cup Records
2011 Cricket World Cup
The cricket World Cup is a one-day international tournament that dates back to 1975, when eight teams competed in England. West Indies dominated the first three events, winning the first two and losing surprisingly to India in the final of the third in 1983.
Since those early years the format has expanded and in the last World Cup in 2007, 16 countries played a total of 52 games over 46 days.
Australia have enjoyed a prolific run in recent times, lifting the last three Cups and winning all 22 matches of their 2003 and 2007 campaigns.
The next World Cup will be hosted jointly by Bangladesh, India and Sri Lanka in 2011 and will feature 14 nations. The event opens with Bangladesh playing India on February 19 and the final will contested in Mumbai on April 2.
Yuvraj Singh on his intentions soon after MS Dhoni steered India to victory in the World Cup
Stadiums equate to their cities in the casual cricket watcher's imagination. Melbourne does too, but repeat visits amplify its charms