On March 25, 1992 the Men in Green beat England by 22 runs to win their first-ever ICC Cricket World Cup — a win the nation still remembers and cherishes.
The team was captained by now Prime Minister Imran Khan. Pakistan, who had given England a target of 250 runs after terrific half centuries by Javed Miandad and PM Khan then played a wonderfully timed innings ended by Wasim Akram and Inzamam ul Haq, which brought the team's total score to 249.
On this day, 29 years later, Akram is full of nostalgia as he remembers the "best day of his cricketing career by miles."
ESPN also paid special tribute to him.
Some called it the greatest day in the history of Pakistani cricket and just looking at the excitement and joy in the pictures is giving us goosebumps.
Others had their own set of memories of the match.
It was the day that immortalised PM Khan's leadership in the minds of most Pakistanis.
Ramiz Raja revealed some insights into game politics.
It was a defining moment in Pakistan's sporting history.
Way to go, men in green!