1984 Asia Cup
The 1984 Asia Cup (also known as the Rothmans Asia Cup) was held in Sharjah, UAE, which was the location of the newly formed Asian Cricket Council. The new tournament was held between April 6–13, in 1984 and three teams took part: India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
|Administrator(s)||Asian Cricket Council|
|Cricket format||One Day International|
|Host(s)||United Arab Emirates|
|Champions||India (1st title)|
|Player of the series||Surinder Khanna|
|Most runs||Surinder Khanna (107)|
|Most wickets||Ravi Shastri (4)|
The 1984 Asia Cup was a round-robin tournament where each team played the other once. India won both its matches, winning the inaugural Cup. Sri Lanka came in second while Pakistan lost both its matches.
6 April 1984
187/9 (46 overs)
190/5 (43.3 overs)
8 April 1984
96 (41 overs)
97/0 (21.4 overs)