The last of the 1975 Cricket World Cup was played in Lord’s, London on 21 June. West Indies vanquished Australia by 17 rushes to lift the principal ever World Cup Trophy. West Indies was captained by Clive Lloyd and Australia by Ian Chappell.
West Indies met all requirements for the knockouts with an ahead of everyone else complete in Group B. The group won every one of the three of their matches against Australia, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. At that point in the semi last against New Zealand, the resistance opened brillianty, however when Glenn Turner fell, the wickets tumbled the West Indies scored the required 158 to achieve the last.