A vital day for Indian cricket, and an awful amaze for West Indies. Most individuals thought the Windies simply needed to turn up to win the World Cup last at Lord’s, a feeling that was fortified when India attempted to 183 full scale. West Indies then motored to 50 for 1, with Viv Richards scything seven fours in a 28-ball 33, yet the match turned when he hoicked Madan Lal high buzzing around and was eminently gotten by Kapil Dev. The dramatization of 57 for 3 soon transformed into an emergency at 76 for 6, as India’s medium-pacers wobbled West Indies to death, and the cricket world gradually understood that a massive stun was on the cards. The Man of the Match was Mohinder Amarnath, for his 26 and 3 for 12. The most noteworthy score in the entire match was Kris Srikkanth’s 38.

Toss West Indies, who chose to field

Series India won the 1983 Prudential World Cup

Player of the match: M Amarnath (India)

Umpires HD Bird and BJ Meyer

 

By: Mohammad FurQan Bhatti

Writer is university Student and Sports Journalist based in Pakistan