SYDNEY: The first Australia squad to win the World Cup in 1987 were presented with medals during the innings break at the fourth one-day international against Pakistan in Sydney on Sunday. The side, captained by Allan Border and coached by Bob Simpson, beat England by seven runs in a tense final in Kolkata. Australia have since won four more World Cups. Members of Australia's 1987 @cricketworldcup-winning squad were today recognised at the SCG. Champions! pic.twitter.com/fNel7fgfPF — cricket.com.au (@CricketAus)…
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