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Australia vs Pakistan 3rd Match Prudential World Cup 1975 Highlights

Watch the highlights of Australia vs Pakistan 3rd Match Prudential World Cup 1975 - Prudential World Cup tournament of the 3rd ODI match match first time played between Pakistan and Australia at Headingley, Leeds in 07th June 1975.

A devastating bowling attack from Dennis Lillee's historic five-wicket haul after An superb unbeaten 80 by Ross Edwards helped to Australia registered their historic first ODI win against Pakistan by their record 73-runs in the third match of a Prudential World Cup.

Match Stats :
  • Australia's 73-run was the third largest victory by terms of runs in One-day internationals.
  • Dennis Lillee became the first-ever bowler to take a five-wicket haul in One-day international cricket history.
  • Dennis Lillee became the first bowler to claimed a five-wicket haul in World Cup history.
  • Australia's 278 was the third highest score in One-day internationals.
  • Pakistan's 205 was their second highest score in One-day internationals.

Australia scored 278-7 in 60 overs with top scorer by Ross Edwards cracked a unbeaten 80 off 94-balls including 6-fours.

Debutant Alan Turner - who scored 46 off 54-balls on his debut ODI match - including 4-fours, Greg Chappell struck 45 off 56-balls included 6-fours.

Ian Chappell hit 28 off 30-balls including 5-fours, Debutant Rick McCosker - who scored 25 off consuming 76-balls on his debut ODI match - included two boundaries and Jeff Thompson 20 not out and Max Walker 18.

Pakistan best bowler by Debutant Naseer Malik - who took 2-wickets on his debut ODI match, Imran Khan takes 2-wickets, Asif Masood, Asif Iqbal and Sarfraz Nawaz each took one-wickets.

Pakistan scored 205 for all-out in 53 overs with top scorer by Majid Khan struck 65 off 76-balls including 11-fours.

Asif Iqbal scored 53 off consuming 95 deliveries including eight boundaries and Wasim Raja hit 31 off 57-balls including 4-fours.

Australia best bowler by Dennis Lillee 5-34, Max Walker takes 2-wickets, Jeff Thompson, Doug Walters and Ashley Mallett each took one-wickets.

Dennis Lillee named Player of the match for his pace bowling attack to claimed a record-breaking career-best 5-wicket haul for 34-runs in 12-overs including two maidens.