The former Australian captain featured in 33 games across four World Cups, of which he won his first and the last.
East Africa managed to make their mark in every World Cup game they played but not in the way they would have wanted to.
Interestingly, it's good to lose tosses at Headingley as teams losing the toss have won seven matches while teams winning it have only won four.
If you made the obvious guess that the dream run by Kapil's Devils is the talking point here, well, you got it wrong.
It was a crucial game on a track tailor-made for swing bowlers. In the end, it was decided by one few saw coming.
He was given good support by Andrew Symonds and Darren Lehmann who scored 59 and 50 respectively to help Australia post an imposing 301 on the board.
It was supposed to be the battle between West Indies' star-studded batting line-up and Australia's brilliant bowling attack.
After the big win against Australia, Zimbabwe did not win another game until the 1992 World Cup as they lost 18 matches on the trot.
Rain, new rules and the organisers turned South Africa's World Cup dreams into a nightmare.
Their 1999 campaign was aided by Shane Warne's brilliant wicket taking abilities. the legendary leg-spinner finished as the highest wicket-taker alongside New Zealand's Geoff Allott with 20 wickets.
One of the reasons why this record is unlikely to be broken anytime soon is the incredible consistency that is required.
Ashish Nehra was consistent as he bowled with a disciplined line and length putting the pressure on English batsmen.
It was a shock that showcased what Kenya were capable of, as they became the first non-Test nation to make it to the World Cup semi-final.
It was a spell that would have been difficult to replicate in a videogame on beginner mode.
Playing in his third match, Walsh took the game into the last ball and was lauded for his sportsmanship for not 'Mankading' Saleem Jaffar who was backing off with Pakistan requiring two runs.