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Gary Gilmour during his match-winning performance in the 1975 World Cup semi-final

Gary Gilmour during his match-winning performance in the 1975 World Cup semi-final


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Gary Gilmour during his match-winning performance in the 1975 World Cup semi-final

Cricket - 1975 Prudential World Cup - Semi-Final: England vs. Australia
Australias Gary Gilmour bats, with England wicketkeeper Alan Knott behind, during the game at Headingley.
In the best World Cup performance to date by a bowler, Gilmour took six for fourteen as England were bowled out for 93 (36.2 overs), after having fallen to 37/7. Australia initially suffered a collapse just as dramatic, falling to 39/6, before Gilmour (28 from 28 balls, 5 fours) brought them home in a fantastic all-round performance

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