5. Gary Gilmour vs. England in the 1975 World Cup semi-finals
Gary Gilmour in the 1975 World Cup semi-final game became the first bowler to take six wickets in a game in ODI history. His spell bundled out the opposition team for just 93 runs and helped his side to enter the final of the inaugural ODI World Cup, which happened in 1975.
Sadly in the 1975 World Cup, there wasn't any source of ball-by-ball commentary available anywhere, hence here is the list of wickets taken by Gary Gilmour in this game who ended with a bowling figure of 6/14 in his quota of 12 overs.
Gary Gilmour wickets in this game:
- Dennis Amiss (LBW)
- Barry Wood (Bowled)
- Tony Greig (Caught by Rod Marsh)
- Frank Hayes (LBW)
- Keith Fletcher (LBW)
- Alan Knott (LBW)
Gary Gilmour took the first six wickets of the game which reduced the England team to a total of 36/6 at one stage.
Note: The 1975 ODI World Cup was a 60-over game between these two sides.