The Indian cricket team has always been a dominant force in world cricket and their prowess has translated into some top-notch performances in big events like the World Cup especially after the 90s era.
The blue shirts have always had the upper hand over arch rivals Pakistan when it comes to the World Cups as they have never lost to them, having a streak of 7-0. Indian batting great Sachin Tendulkar, who was present at Old Trafford on Sunday, has recalled his favourite memory from the India Pakistan encounters in the World Cups.
He said that his best World Cup memory against Pakistan is that of the Centurion encounter of 2003 in which India defeated the green shirts by 6 wickets.
“The kind of build-up that was there for that match and the way we played and the way we won. Also, the way we celebrated after the game and the way we progressed in the tournament after that was spectacular. Without any doubt, that has to be a special memory,” he said.