Clive Lloyd is the first West Indies cricketer to play 100 Test matches. (All Pics/ midday archives)
Clive Lloyd has played 110 Test with 7,515 runs and an average of 46.67
The former West Indies cricketer is billed at 6 feet and 4 inches
In picture: Lloyd in full flow during his match-winning century in the 1975 World Cup final
WI Captain Clive Lloyd with the 1975 World Cup. Clive Lloyd also went on to win the World Cup in 1979 with West Indies. In his third World Cup as captain, West Indies lost in the final to India
When Clive Lloyd captained the side, West Indies had a run of 27 Test matches without any loss.
In picture: Clive Lloyd, Roger Harper, wicket-Keeper Jeffery Dujon (r)
In picture: Clive Lloyd with Sir Viv Richards (L) and Jeff Dujon.
Clive Lloyd was inducted into the ICC Hall of Fame in 2009
In picture: Basil Butcher (L) with Clive Lloyd
In picture: Clive Lloyd with former Indian cricketer Anshuman Gaekwad
(L-R) Clive Lloyd Sanjay Manjrekar, Sunil Gavaskar, Harsh Goenka and Muttiah Muralitharan at Ceat press conference Cricket Rating award at C K Nayudu hall
Lloyd was captain of the West Indies cricket team (1974-85) and is also was a dominant factor in their rise to becoming the no. 1 Test team.
In picture: Clive Lloyd and Raj Singh Dungarpur, at CCI during the CEAT cricket rating award ceremony
Former West Indies cricketer and World Cup-winning captain Clive Lloyd celebrates his 75th birthday today. Let's take a look at some rare pictures during his career in the game
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