Two gullies and a backward point to Martyn make one the best captain ever?
Fleming was very good, but better than Brearley? Jardine? Even Armstrong, Chappell or Benaud in terms of on-field stuff? For their unifying ability, Worrell and Imran were both top shelf as well. Sir Frank's appointment was a huge deal for the time, and what his side did here in 60-61 left a massive legacy on the game.
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