A dramatic collapse by Pakistan, chasing 199 for victory, gave New Zealand a narrow 1-run win in an One-Day International in 1976.
Rain caused an interesting finish to the group stage match between Australia and India in the 1992 World Cup, which was won by only one run.
Fanie de Villiers was the Man of the Match as South Africa narrowly beat Australia by five runs in a Test match in Sydney in 1994.
It was the second day of the ICC Cricket World Cup 1987 in India and the host nation was playing Australia.
Adelaide 1992-93 took its place as one of the greatest of all Test matches when Craig McDermott failed to get out of the way of a lifter from Courtney Walsh and gloved a catch to give West Indies victory by one run, the narrowest victory by runs anyone has achieved in more than 100 years of Test cricket.
Elimination from two consecutive Cricket World Cups as a result of tied matches? It seemed unthinkable, but that’s precisely what happened to South Africa in 2003, this time as host nation.
The semi-final between South Africa and Australia at the 1999 World Cup is one of the greatest ODI matches of all time.
There have been few Tests that have finished closer than the two-run win England secured over Australia at Edgbaston in the 2005 Ashes. In winning they levelled the series at 1-1.