Who Was Declared Man Of The Match In The 1983 WC Final?

Mohinder Amarnath of India was declared Man Of The Match in the 1983 World Cup final

The 1983 World Cup (aka Prudential World Cup) Final was played between defending champions West Indies and India on 25 June 1983 at Lord's, London.

Kapil Dev With Mohinder Amarnath After Lifting The Prudential World Cup
Mohinder Amarnath's all round effort had helped India defeat the West Indies to lift the World Cup for the first time. On the day, he scored 26 runs with the bat and gave away a mere 12 runs in his 7 overs while taking 3 West Indian wickets; including the final wicket of Michael Holding that won India the cup.

Brief Match Stats: Batting first India were bowled out for a score of 183 in 54.4 overs (it was 60 overs a side match). Kris Srikkanth top scored for India with 38. West Indies in their chase lost Greenidge early. Haynes and Richards were then involved in a steady 45 runs partnership for the 2nd wicket. However, West Indies succumbed to a fine display of bowling by the Indian team and were bowled out for a score of 140. Madanlal and Amarnath took 3 wickets each;handing India its first world cup victory.