Steve Waugh's last over hundred against England that saved his career at the SCG in the 02/03 Ashes. One of the greatest moments in Australian sporting history. No copyright intended.
What a contest!!!!!!
Former Australia captain Steve Waugh would have been remembered as a legend of the game anyway, but his stocks grew even higher after this knock
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Australian legend Steve Waugh reflects on the 1986/87 Ashes series, boosted by some amazing archive and the narration of Richie Benaud
Steve Waugh captained Australia's cricket team in its golden era and suggests how luck, leadership and loyalty can play a role in success. See more from 7.30 at http://www.abc.net.au/7.30
Some cricketing stars will always be with you 365 * 24. Such is the case with the Waugh brothers too. This one's an engrossing well-made 8:22 minute video that captures some of their enthralling moments (tenacious on one side, graceful on the other; Unyielding on on side, "anytime can give wicket away" on the other). You can like or dislike but not ignore them. Mark, to me, remains the most elegant, most stylish (not necessarily power filled though) batsman seen. I can never have enough of him. Cannot really get southpaws and right-handers together but he, to me, is the transposed version of David Gower. Steve's go-getter attitude, on-field heroics, mental toughness and calming effect are well part of legend which I too subscribe to. This video relives the wonderful memories when they both played and Test Cricket was joy to watch along with its ups and downs. Hope you all enjoy too ! ( Ps: The video has been done prior to the retirement of the two cricketers)
CLASSIC INNINGS! Donald is hammered.