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'The glue that kept Australia's innings together'

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'The glue that kept Australia's innings together' (6:38)

David Boon played an anchoring role with a measured 75 at the top of the order (6:38)

The World Cup had moved away from England for the first time and India and Pakistan were jointly hosting the third edition and were also favourites to win. Rank outsiders Australia, though, had other plans. Having reached the final after a stunning win over Pakistan in the semis, David Boon gave Australia a solid start against bitter rivals England, making a measured 75 off 125 balls, setting Australia up for a solid total of 253Jayaditya Gupta, Craig McDermott, Graham Gooch and Mark Nicholas remember his anchoring innings.

This video was first published in 2014