West Indies were in trouble at 99 for 4 when Collis King came out to join Viv Richards at the crease. What followed was a spectacular partnership, where King outshone Richards for a while, smashing 86 from 66 balls. But Richards went on to make 138 not out, setting England the monumental target of 287 to chase, effectively sealing West Indies' second World Cup final win. Mark Nicholas, Graham Gooch, Michael Holding, Dickie Bird and Richards himself relive the day
This video was first published in 2015