The video clips are posted by Mark Church on his Twitter account, who is a commentator for BBC London
The hilarious cricket commentary video clips of a father and daughter duo have gone viral on Twitter and have caught the attention of many cricketers and cricket fans.
The video clips are posted by Mark Church on his Twitter account, who is a commentator for BBC London and have been reporting and commentating on Surrey County Cricket Club's matches since 2001.
In the first video clip, Mark and his daughter Isabelle are seen discussing whether England should bat or bowl first after winning the toss of the first Test of the 2002/2003 Ashes series between England and Australia at Gabba, Brisbane.
Good morning...today we head to Brisbane and the opening day of the 2002/2003 Ashes Series bewtween @englandcricket and @CricketAus ..it is nearly time for the all important toss of the coin #commentaryathome 🏏🏏🎤🎤 pic.twitter.com/9nFjUGCvIA— Mark Church (@backandacross) March 23, 2020
The second clip involves the infamous incident in the fourth Test of 2005 Ashes series, when Australian captain Ricky Ponting was furious at being run out for 48 by the substitute fielder Gary Pratt.
Good morning...today we go to Trent Bridge and the 2005 Ashes series and a crucial moment involving a substitute fielder and the legend @RickyPonting #commentaryathome 🏏🏏🎤🎤🎤 pic.twitter.com/BNejk1gqp2— Mark Church (@backandacross) March 22, 2020
In the third clip, Isabelle, while sitting in a car with Mark, describes Indian great Sachin Tendulkar with his famous nickname ‘The Little Master’’ as he gets to his maiden Test century at Old Trafford in 1990.
Good morning...today we go back to Old Trafford in 1990 for @englandcricket against @BCCI ...a young man who is 17 years of age and is called @sachin_rt stands on the brink of a maiden Test century #commentaryathome 🏏🏏🏏🎤🎤🎤 pic.twitter.com/hJQapBKCiY— Mark Church (@backandacross) March 21, 2020
Cricketers like Nasser Hussain, Aaron Finch and James Anderson were amused by the young girl’s talent and predicted a bright future for her in cricket commentary.
😂😂😂 Isabelle talks a lot of sense !! She would make a fine captain and commentator. 👏👏— Nasser Hussain (@nassercricket) March 23, 2020
Nice to relive this moment!! Isabelle doing a grand job! Keep up the good work 👍— James Anderson (@jimmy9) March 24, 2020