On this day in sport: Brazil make World Cup history, LeBron's wait comes to an end

June 21 is a date remembered fondly by Brazilian football fans.  The Estadio Azteca played host to World Cup history 50 years ago on this day, as the Jules Rimet Trophy was lifted for the final time. 1975 - Windies win as Thomson & Lillee fall short Captain Clive Lloyd led by example as West Indies clinched the inaugural Cricket World Cup - the first limited-overs international tournament - at Lord's against Australia.  It was a contest that provided a tense finale as Australia attempted to chase down the Windies' 291-8, Lloyd having scored 102 from just 85 deliveries.  The match looked to be won when Australia were reduced to 233-9, but Jeff Thomson and Dennis Lillee gave them hope with an unlikely 10th-wicket partnership.  Thomson and Lillee put on 41 until the former was run out by Deryck Murray to secure glory for West Indies.  Happy birthday, Deryck Murray With 227 dismissals in 88 internationals, he was one of West Indies' finest wicket-keepers 2003 - Lewis signs off in style Having cemented his legacy by adding to his win over Evander Holyfield by defeating Mike Tyson in 2002, Lennox Lewis signed off his boxing career with victory over Vitali Klitschko.  The third round proved key, as an impressive Klitschko suffered a cut to his right eye that forced the fight to be stopped after the sixth, with Lewis awarded the win by TKO.  Klitschko required over 60 stitches but his performance led to calls for a rematch.