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1.) In a tournament was dominated by fast bowlers, Sri Lanka's Somachandra de Silva was the most
successful spin bowler. How many wickets did he take?
Options are:
A.) 4
B.) 5
C.) 6
D.) 3
                        
2.) Australia's Gary Gilmour took 11 wickets in the semi-final and final in 1975 world cup. How many
more one-dayers did he play?
Options are:
A.) 2
B.) 3
C.) 4
D.) 1
3.) 'I make it about 17', Dennis Lillee said after being asked how many runs he and Jeff Thomson had
taken during a crowd invasion during the final. How many were they actually awarded?
Options are:
A.) 1
B.) 3
C.) 2
D.) 4
4.) In 1975 Cricket world cup, When Clive Lloyd was carting the bowling around in the final, Rohan
Kanhai was his more patient partner. What was Kanhai's longest scoreless spell during the
partnership?
Options are:
A.) 8 Over
B.) 4 Over
C.) 11 Over
D.) 17 Over
5.) Which West Indian batsman trod onto his stumps after hooking Dennis Lillee for six in the final in
1975 cricket world cup?
Options are:
A.) Gordon Greenidge
B.) Roy Fredericks
C.) Rohan Kanhai
D.) Alvin Kallicharan
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