5th Test Match - England v West Indies

A sequence showing England batsman Ian Botham losing his balance, and his wicket, after attempting to hook a short ball from West Indies fast bowler Curtley Ambrose during the 5th Test match at the Oval, August 9th 1991. Botham was out, hit wicket, for 31 runs. England won by 5 wickets. This incident was famously described by BBC Test Match Special commentators Brian Johnston and Jonathan Agnew and the humorous clip has been voted 'the greatest piece of sports commentary ever' by BBC radio listeners. (Photo by David Munden/Popperfoto via Getty Images)
A sequence showing England batsman Ian Botham losing his balance, and his wicket, after attempting to hook a short ball from West Indies fast bowler Curtley Ambrose during the 5th Test match at the Oval, August 9th 1991. Botham was out, hit wicket, for 31 runs. England won by 5 wickets. This incident was famously described by BBC Test Match Special commentators Brian Johnston and Jonathan Agnew and the humorous clip has been voted 'the greatest piece of sports commentary ever' by BBC radio listeners. (Photo by David Munden/Popperfoto via Getty Images)
5th Test Match - England v West Indies
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