Richie Benaud's Greatest XI [DVD]
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Cricket commentator Richie Benaud, once 1950s captain of the Australian cricket team and now known as the 'voice of cricket', selects his greatest ever cricket team using the 'Greatest XI' concept. From a starting line-up of 33 cricket legends, he whittles the list of players down to his final, all-important XI, illustrating his argument with match footage. Players such as Sunil Gavaskar, Don Bradman, Greg Chappell, Viv Richards, Brian Lara, Imran Khan, Ian Botham, Gary Sobers and Shane Warne are in the running - but who will make it onto Benaud's dream team?
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Richie picks his team and gives his reasons in an interview which lasts one hour forty minutes. The interview is long and insightful and the enthusiastic Mark Nicholas acts as the interviewer. During the interview Richie also chooses two back up players for each eventual player in the side. He comments on the back up players and tells us why he left them out of the eventual Xl. There is player coverage and the video footage is excellent especially that of Bradman, Hobbs and Hutton. This is good insight for anyone who hasn't seen these early 20th century players before. We get to see the statistics of the players he chooses in terms of wickets and runs scored. The countdown is constructive and Ritchie deals with each category of his final Xl in steps.
There are bound to be people who disagree with Richie's selection but I for one will not be one of them. I may have my own personal favorites such as Wasim Akram and Steve Waugh, but compared to Richie, I am vastly under qualified to challenge the greatest Xl of a whole 100 years.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
If you like cricket and have at least a scant knowledge of it's history you will love this.Published 6 months ago by robin cheeseman
Perfectly justified, and in 5 or 6 places in the order, totally undisputed. However, I can think of a few lads who could give this lot a game. Read morePublished on 29 Jan. 2014 by david winfield
Item is good, but process to buy item was problematic due to being informed my credit card had been declined. I then received 3 dvd's!Published on 3 Jan. 2011 by oliver