Who has the 4th fastest World Cup century?
Ireland’s Kevin O’Brien holds the record for the fastest century (50 balls). In 1992, Andy Flower of Zimbabwe – making his ODI debut in a World Cup – scored a century….Key.
|Score was a World Cup record at that time|
|Scored in a final|
|Balls||Number of balls faced|
|4s||Number of fours hit|
Who was the man of the match in 1975 World Cup final?
Clive Llyod was the first man of the match in Final of ICC Cricket World Cup of 1975.
Who is the highest century in World Cup?
|RG Sharma (INDIA)||2015-2019||6|
|SR Tendulkar (INDIA)||1992-2011||6|
|KC Sangakkara (SL)||2003-2015||5|
|RT Ponting (AUS)||1996-2011||5|
Who won first ICC World Cup in 1975?
West Indies defeated Australia in the final on June 21, 1975, by 17 runs and scripted history by becoming the first team to lift the ODI WC. The first major tournament in the history of One Day International Cricket, the Men’s ODI World Cup in 1975, saw the dominance of the mighty West Indies.
Who is the king of T20?
Gayle holds the record for most centuries in T20 cricket (22), 15 more than his nearest rival Brendon McCullum. 15 out of his 22 T20 centuries have been not out.
Who scored most runs in 1975 World Cup?
What record did Kapil Dev break?
Yes, this is the game where the India skipper Kapil Dev smashed a record-breaking 175 to pull his side out of precarious situation of 17/5. He smashed 16 fours and six sixes during his 138-ball knock at the Tunbridge Wells.
Where was the 1975 Cricket World Cup Final played?
The 1975 Cricket World Cup Final was a One Day International cricket match played at Lord’s, London on 21 June 1975 to determine the winner of the 1975 Cricket World Cup was played in Lord’s, London on 21 June. It was the second time that the West Indies and Australia had met in the tournament after playing against each other in the group stage.
When was the first Cricket World Cup held in England?
The 1975 Cricket World Cup (officially called the Prudential Cup ’75) was the inaugural men’s Cricket World Cup, and the first major tournament in the history of One Day International (ODI) cricket. Organised by the International Cricket Conference (ICC), it took place in England between 7 June and 21 June 1975.
How many wickets did Gary Gilmour take in the first Cricket World Cup?
Gary Gilmour took six wickets in the English innings to help them through to the final. The first Cricket World Cup final was played on 21 June ( Midsummer of that year), a sunny day, in front of a capacity crowd of 26,000. Australia won the toss and invited the West Indies to bat, hoping to make use of ideal bowling conditions.
How did the West Indies win the ICC Cricket World Cup?
It was the second time that the West Indies and Australia had met in the tournament after playing against each other in the group stage. The West Indies won the match by 17 runs to claim their first title. West Indies qualified for the knockouts with a first-place finish in Group B.