He was one of Zimbabwe’s most successful captains, yet one of the country’s most infuriating players in terms of consistency. Alistair Campbell captained Zimbabwe from 1996 to 1999, during which time, Zimbabwe played some of their best cricket ever. Yet, Campbell had a more than disappointing average of 27 in 60 test matches. He was at the helm when Zimbabwe had their famous 3-0 ODI win over England, as well as their 1999 World Cup success when they advanced to the Super sixes of the tournament in England. Campbell also had his share of controversy off the field after cricket. Another great one on one chat between the former skipper and Dean du Plessis.