India vs Australia 2001 - The Greatest Test Series Ever! details
|Director:||India V Australia 2001|
|Studio:||FREMANTLE HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
India vs Australia 2001 - The Greatest Test Series Ever!
|Run time:||2 hours 25 minutes|
|Rental release:||30 Jul 2001|
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Good series to watchBy a customer from London, England , 09 Sep 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]Go VVS Laxman This serieswas one of the best in cricketing history
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Very entertainingBy a customer from Yorkshire , 18 Nov 2008This was really worth seeing after hearing all about it in the British press. Well done India - the comeback in the second test was particularly spectacular. Worth a watch, cricket followers.
Best Series EverBy a customer from London , 02 May 2007I saw this series all tests ball by ball in 2001 , and also most the Ashes in 2005.
The series was better than the Ashes.
Put it this way can Edgebaston be better than 90,000 in Eden Gardens ?
Did anyone play an innings like VVS Laxman?
Did you see any hatricks in 2005?
Any victories following on ?
The Aussie side was even stronger in 2001 than the one that faced England in the Ashes, they were 1-0 up , they thrashed India by 10 wickets in Mumbai and were just the 2 wickets (Dravid,Laxman) shy of winning the series.
And still lost !
3 tests , 3 results , a hatrick (32 wickets in 3 tests by Harbhajan) , the best innings against the Aussies (yes better than Brian Lara's 153*according to them), Shane Warne getting pulverised , 500 hundred runs by Hayden , special centuries from Steve Waugh , Tendulkar and Dravid.
It doesn't get any better.
excellent and concise highlights of a great seriesBy a customer from london , 02 Dec 2005excellent and concise highlights of a great series
not as good as the ashes, but...By scenario82 (10 reviews) from london , 30 Nov 2005we were spoilt by the cricketing tour de force played out for us over the summer.
This series has some amazing feats (notably V.V.S Laxman's 281) and high drama finishes to the final two tests.
Good for the neutral, of particular interests to fans of the countries involved.
Mighty fallenBy a customer from Cleethorpes , 07 Oct 2005Great series, if only to see Australia's stars reduced to ordinariness. Harbijan Singh and D.S. Laxman the stars, but interesting just to see Test cricket played abroad, especially in unique India. Some great action and an enthralling, memorable series.