Here is a unique oppurtunity to enjoy vintage cricket at its best, with this ideal christmas present. So sit back and let John Arlott, the game's most authoritative voice, take you through over 90 minutes of the sport's most memorable and historic moments.
i) Viv Richards, England v W Indies, Oval 1976 - Masterful strokeplay in his innings of 291, the highest individual score by a West Indian in England.
ii) Fred Trueman, England v W Indies, Lords 1963 - The first man to take 300 test wickets, featured in the nail-biting drawn test, with 11 wickets for 152.
iii) Graeme Pollock, England v Rest Of World, Oval 1970 - The superb left-hander with one of his few test centuries, a gloriously exciting 114, for The Rest Of The World.
iv) Barry Richards, Hampshire v Lancashire, Southampton 1970 - There can be few batsmen who were better technically, here in an innings of 129 out of 223 for Hampshire, in the GIllette Cup.
v) Bob Massie, England v Australia, Lords 1972 - Making a sensational debut in tests for Australia, taking 16 English wickets for 137.
vi) Rohan Kanhai & Garfield Sobers, England v W Indies, Lords 1973 - The dancing genius of Kanhai with 157 and 150 not out from the great all-rounder, Gary Sobers.
vii) Derek Underwood, England v Australia, Oval 1968 - At his deadliest, on a wicket made for him, he demolished Australia with 7 wickets for 50.
viii) Ian Botham, England v Pakistan, Lords 1978 - With a true match-winning all-round performance against Pakistan, 108 runs and 8 wickets for 34.
ix) Sunil Gavaskar, England v India, Oval 1979 - The only batsman to score 10000 test runs, almost beat England single-handed with 221 out of 429 for 8.
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