England's plan in the 1992 World Cup final was to just block Wasim Akram for two overs. It didn't quite work out that way. Having already removed Ian Botham for a duck early in the innings, Akram returned when Pakistan needed to break a building partnership between Neil Fairbrother and Allan Lamb. In the space of two unplayable deliveries, Akram virtually handed Pakistan the world title. Mark Nicholas, Ramiz Raja, Ian Chappell, Graham Gooch and Akram himself talk about that performance.
1dAs told to Annesha Ghosh
25dThe Interview by Vishal Dikshit in Mumbai
27dAndrew McGlashan in Melbourne