It is 25 days to try for ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 and today we investigate at 1987 Reliance World Cup last in the middle of Australia and England at jam-stuffed Eden Gardens in Kolkata. This was first time West Indies neglected to achieve the finals of cricket World Cup in the wake of having made it to the end in the former three versions. Furthermore shockingly World Cup occurred outside England.

Batting to begin with, Australia posted 253 runs in their distributed 50 overs, with opener David Boon scoring a strong 75 while Dean Jones and Captain Allan Border contributed with 33 and 31 individually. Right-hand batsman Mike Veletta’s blustery 45 off 31 balls verified Australia cross the 250-run mark. Additionally Read: ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 Schedule in IST: Time Table, Fixture & Venue Details of all WC 2015 Matches

In answer, England got off to a most noticeably awful conceivable begin losing opener Tim Robinson at an early stage. Graham Gooch and Mike Athey, then drove the England battle once more with a half-century stand, before Gooch was released. Athey was then joined in by captain Mike Gatting and the team took England near to the target.

With England agreeably set at 135 for 2, Gatting chose to invert clear Allan Border, however simultaneously top-edged one to wicket-manager Greg Dyer. Taking after Gatting’s release England lost their way and Australia were back in the title chase. Britain, in the long run were limited to 246 for 8 in their portion of 50 overs and subsequently lost the amusement by seven runs. Australia were delegated World Champions shockingly. Likewise Read: ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 Schedule: Complete Fixtures & Time Table of all Cricket World Cup 2015 Matches

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