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Memorable moments - Top 5 moments in ICC events at The Oval

Here's a look at the memorable moments at The Oval

Memorable moments - Top 5 moments in ICC events at The Oval - Cricket News
Ian Bradshaw and Courtney Browne celebrate the
win in the ICC Champions Trophy 2004 final
Pakistan v West Indies, ICC Cricket World Cup, 20 June 1979, The Oval

Star-studded West Indies and Pakistan line-ups played out a fierce encounter in this semi-final from the second ICC Cricket World Cup. Gordon Greenidge (73) and Desmond Haynes (65) added 132 for the first wicket before Clive Lloyd (42), Viv Richards (37) and Collis King (34) lifted the West Indies total up to 293 for six. Asif Iqbal was the best bowler for Pakistan with four for 56. Majid Khan (81) and Zaheer Abbas (93) added 166 for the second wicket in reply but Colin Croft removed both in quick succession as the run-chase faltered. West Indies eventually triumphed by 43 runs.

Australia v India, ICC Cricket World Cup, 4 June 1999, The Oval

Australia served notice that they were coming into form at the right time with this comprehensive Super Sixes victory over India. Mark Waugh hit 83 at the top of the order but there were useful contributions from all of the top seven as Australia made 282 for six. Glenn McGrath (three for 34) then removed Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid for a combined total of two as India slumped to 17 for four in reply. Ajay Jadeja (100 not out) and Robin Singh (75) gave their team hope but India were eventually dismissed for 205.

South Africa v West Indies, ICC Champions Trophy, 18-19 September 2004, The Oval

After rain forced an abandonment on the first day, a new match began the following day in this ICC Champions Trophy group match. Herschelle Gibbs struck 101 and was well-supported by Graeme Smith (45) and Jacques Rudolph (46). Chris Gayle removed all three dangermen and South Africa would have been disappointed to finish on 246 for six. South Africa fought hard in the reply but West Indies eventually got home by five wickets, with seven balls in hand, thanks to Ramnaresh Sarwan (75), Brian Lara (49) and Shivnarine Chanderpaul (51 not out).

England v West Indies, ICC Champions Trophy, 25 September 2004, The Oval

West Indies pulled off a thrilling run-chase in this ICC Champions Trophy final to secure its first ICC title since 1979. Chasing 218 for a win, West Indies found itself at 147 for eight before wicketkeeper Courtney Browne and medium-fast bowler Ian Bradshaw steered their side to an unlikely victory in an unbeaten ninth-wicket stand of 71. Opener Marcus Trescothick had earlier dominated the England innings, scoring 104 before he was run out in the 48th over. Wavell Hinds claimed ODI-best figures of three for 24.

Australia v West Indies, ICC World Twenty20, 6 June 2009, The Oval

Australia's 169 for seven was made to look woefully sub-standard in this ICC World Twenty20 group match thanks to a blistering innings from Chris Gayle, who smashed 88 off 50 balls in the reply. The left-handed opener struck six fours and six sixes before he was dismissed with 13 runs needed. Andre Fletcher hit 53 off 32 balls as West Indies eased home by seven wickets with 25 balls to spare. Australia had earlier recovered from losing two wickets in the first over thanks to David Warner's 53-ball 63.