This day reminds us of the famous semi-final between South Africa and England. South Africa required 22 to win from 13 balls against England in 1992 world-cup semi-final to reach the final but it all changed after the rain interrupted the match.
The match that can never be forgotten as South Africa were left helpless after rain interrupted the game. South Africa and England were battling to mark their place in world-cup final. South Africa were playing their inaugural world cup and it turned out to be a forgettable day for them.
England batted first in a rain hit match and scored 252 in 45 overs. South Africa while chasing the target kept losing wickets at regular intervals but they remained in the hunt. The game was all set for exciting finish as South Africa needed 22 to win of 13 balls but the real drama started when rain interrupted the game.
Play did resume after the rain but it was only a formality by that time as the equation went totally against South Africa, after the rain South Africa required 22 to win of 1 ball, which was a impossible task.
England went on to play their 3rd world cup final but they lost yet another final, Pakistan won the world-cup, it was also the first world-cup with coloured kits.