'We left knowing that we put South Africa on the map'
South Africa hadn't expected to be invited to the 1992 World Cup, and when they were, they did not think they would make it to the semis
Colourful cricket, and that rain rule
The first World Cup to feature coloured clothing, floodlights, white balls and fielding restrictions
No. 4: Inzamam takes Pakistan to the World Cup final
Which player did not bat, bowl or field on debut?
How much do you know about the fifth World Cup?
Men of the finals: Akram swings it for Pakistan
'Politicians wanted to come into the dressing room'
Gavin Larsen recalls the time the New Zealand side were the toast of the nation, in 1992
The miracle of '92
Two decades after Pakistan's headiest triumph, it's still hard to believe how that ramshackle bunch surged to glory
Crowe's fatal gamble
New Zealand's captain had to rest during the semi-final due to injury, and watched in agony as it all went to pieces
'The 1992 World Cup defined my cricket'
Shahid Afridi on the lessons Pakistan's victorious campaign taught him about life, and how Imran Khan's attitude moulded him as a captain
India's 1991-92 tour of Australia spanned four months, but for the youngsters, the thrill of touring and being seen on TV kept homesickness at bay
The wow and the sheesh
Coloured clothes, black sightscreens, two white balls: the game of cricket looked so different in 1992. But writing about it now seems more fun than watching it then
'We weren't prepared for a heroes' welcome'
Peter Kirsten remembers a tournament in which newcomers South Africa surprised themselves by making the final four
Australia then and now
Between the 1992 and 2015 World Cups, the sociopolitical face of the country-continent has changed dramatically, increasingly turning towards Asia
Ballarat, Berri, Botham
Two decades on, the novelty of the 1992 World Cup still lives in the memory
Coloured clothes, floodlights and inspired champions
Most runs, most wickets, and a lot more