Video highlights of the semi-final match between England and South Africa in Australia. England won the famous match in controversial circumstances  due to a rain delay.

 

The rule in use for revising target scores in rain-affected matches revised their target from 22 runs from 13 balls to an impossible and ludicrous 21 runs from one ball.

 

This rule was replaced for One-day International matches in Australia after the World Cup as a result of this incident, and it was eventually superseded by the Duckworth-Lewis method for the 1999 World Cup onwards.

 

England went to play Pakistan in the final of the tournament while South Africa, dejected, had to return home empty handed.