February 16, 2012

Caught On Camera 1

World Sport Bloopers are delighted to announce a partnership with All Out Cricket. Every week we will be bringing you their 'Caught On Camera' post which will focus on funny moments in cricket. Enjoy!

Love it or loathe it, Australia's Channel 9 commentary is a break from the norm when it comes to cricket coverage. In this week's Caught On Camera we take a look at three of the Aussie network's more memorable moments.

Tony's Technophobia
Technology knows no bounds these days, with all manner of devices available to enhance our viewing experience. Some of the pundits catch on quicker than others though, and poor old Tony Greig tied himself in knots as he tried to simulate his desired slip field during the last Ashes.





Lights, Camera, Loss Of Traction...

Here's one from our friends at WorldSportBloopers.com. Channel 9 always like to be as close to the action as possible but this cameraman got a little more than he bargained for as he took a sweeping shot of Australia's slip cordon...




Time To Get Serious
But it's not all fun and games at Channel 9, and back in 1981 Richie Benaud left viewers in little doubt as to what he thought of the infamous underarm incident after Greg Chappell instructed his younger brother Trevor to roll the ball along the ground to prevent New Zealand hitting the six they needed off the final ball to tie the match. Strong words, Richie...



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