India is the winner of World Cups Played In all 3 Formats
In 1983, the World Cup India won, which was the first one for India, it was a 60-over format. Then in 2007, India won T20I World Cup and then in 2011, India won the, now known format, 50-over ODI format World Cup.

Did you know there was once a 60-over format played in Cricket. Anyways, Did you know that India is the only country in the world and the history of the game to have won World Cups in 3 different formats of the game. India is the winner of World Cups Played In all 3 Formats.

In 1983, the World Cup India won, which was the first one for India, it was a 60-over format. Then in 2007, India won T20I World Cup and then in 2011, India won the, now known format, 50-over ODI format World Cup.

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IND vs WI – 1983 World Cup Final (60 Overs Game)

IND vs PAK – 2007 T20 World Cup Final (20 Overs Game)

IND vs SL – 2011 World Cup Final (50 Overs Game)

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