England vs Australia 1st Semi-Final Prudential World Cup 1975 Highlights

Watch the highlights of England vs Australia 1st Semi-Final Prudential World Cup 1975 - Prudential World Cup tournament of the 1st Semi-final played between Australia and England at Headingley, Leeds in 18th June 1975.

Sensational Gary Gilmour's record-breaking 6 for 14 with unbeaten 28 steers to Australia crushing four-wicket victory over England and first team to enter into the World Cup final in a high-voltage game of the first semifinal of a Prudential World Cup.

Match Stats :
  • Australia chased 94 was their lowest successful run-chase in One-day internationals, previous lowest chase was 191 against same opponent in the first-ever ODI.
  • Gary Gilmour became the first bowler to claimed a 6-wicket haul in One-day international cricket history.
  • Gary Gilmour's 6 for 14 was the best bowling figures in One-day international cricket history, surpassing the previous record of 5 for 34 held by Dennis Lillee against Pakistan at same venue in this tournament.
  • Gary Gilmour became the second bowler to take 5-wicket haul in One-day internationals after Dennis Lillee, also second Australian bowler and also second bowler in World Cups.
  • England's 93 was their second lowest score in One-day internationals.

England scored 93 for all-out in 36.2 overs with top scorer by Mike Denness 27, Geoff Arnold 18 not out and Keith Fletcher 8.

Australia best bowler by Gary Gilmour 6-14, Max Walker picked up 3-wickets for 22-runs in 9.2-overs including three maidens and Dennis Lillee took one-wicket.

Australia chased 94-6 in 28.4 overs with top scorer by Gary Gilmour 28 not out, Doug Walters 20 not out and Rick McCosker 15.

England best bowler by Chris Old picked up 3-wickets for 29-runs in 7-overs including two maidens, John Snow took 2-wickets and one for Geoff Arnold.

Gary Gilmour named Player of the match for his record-breaking bowling performance to claimed a career-best 6-wicket haul for 14-runs in 12-overs including six maidens.



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