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61 Anwar Ali decimating India in U19 World cup Final 2006 R Premadasa Stadium, Colombo 19 Feb 2006 Click here
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60 You're a fucking cheat : Mike Gatting Vs Shakoor Rana Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad 9 Dec 1987 Click here Yes Yes
59 Irfan Pathan's first-over hat-trick vs Pakistan National Stadium, Karachi 29 Jan - 1 Feb 2006Click here Yes Yes
58 Ganguly Vs Youhana an intresting mid pitch conversation Visag, India 05 Apr 2005Click here Yes Yes
57 Cricket Masterclass Tactics Australia -Click here Yes Yes
56 Jim Laker's 19 wickets in a match Old Trafford, England 26-31 Jul 1956 Click hereYes Yes
55 Brett Lee bowling a lethal beamer to Marcus Trescothick Lords, England 29 Jan 2006 Click here Yes Yes
54 Brain Lara West Indies 1990- 2006 Click here Yes Yes
53 Sachin Tendulkar getting a knock on the head by Shoaib Akhtar Karachi, Pakistan 29 Jan 2006Click here Yes Yes
52 Fireworks between Hayden & Jones Edgbaston, England 28 June 2005 Click hereYes Yes
51 Dennis Lillee Vs Viv Richards Perth, Australia 1978Click here Yes Yes
50 Harbhajan's Hattrick Vs Australia Eden Gardens, Kolkata11 Mar 2001 Click hereYes Yes
49 1996 World Cup, India Vs Pakistan Highlights - 47 mins video M.Chinnaswamy, Bangalore9th Mar 1996 Click here Yes Yes
48 One off hilarious runout involving Chandrapaul and Morton McLean Park, Napier, NZ26 Mar 2006 Click here Yes Yes
47 Dennis Lillee Kicking Javed Miandad WACA, Perth, Australia17 Nov 1981 Click here Yes Yes
46 Virender Sehwag Blistering 309 at Multan Multan, Pakistan28 Mar - 1 Apr 2004 Click here Yes Yes
45 Inzi Taking on a spectator Toronto, Canada 14 Sep 1997 Click here Yes Yes
44 Sachin's First ever Interview in 1989 Mumbai, India 19 Jan 1989 Click here Yes Yes
43 Best Eight Balls From The Magician Shane Warne Australia - Click here Yes Yes
43 India Vs Pakistan 1999 Worldcup - Highlights Old Trafford, Manchester 8 June 1999Click here Yes Yes
42 Azharuddin's five consecutive fours of Klusener Eden Gradens, Calcultta 29 Nov 1996Click here Yes Yes
41 Sourav Ganguly 144 Vs Australia Gabba, Australia 7 Dec 2003Click here Yes Yes





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S.No Player Name / Incident Team / Place Playing Period Video
40 Wasim Akram Pakistan 1985 -2002 Click here
39 Peter Lever England 1970-1975 Click here
38 Sir Viv Richards West Indies 1974 - 1991Click here
37 Curtley Ambrose devastating spell of 7 for 1 run v Australia WACA, Perth, Australia 30 Jan 1993Click here
36 Waqar's Yorkers - Lara on all Four Pakistan -Click here
35 Inzamam Out - Obstructing filed vs IndiaPeshawar, Pakistan 6 Feb 2006Click here
34 Sachin smashing Pakistan attack at 2003 WORLDCUPSuperSport park, Centurion 1 March 2003Click here
33 Jeff Thomson Australia 1973 - 1985Click here
32 Dennis LilleeAustralia 1971 - 1984Click here
31 Kapil DevIndia 1978 - 1994Click here
30 Imran KhanPakistan 1971 - 1992Click here
29 Sir Richard Hadlee New Zealand 1973 - 1990Click here
28 Sunil Gavaskar India 1971 - 1987 Click here
27 Clive Lloyd West Indies 1966 - 1985Click here
26 Famous Waqar Younis Hat Trick - All blowed Buffalo Park, Nz 19 Dec 1994Click here
25 Sachin's 125 Vs Australia in 2001 Series M.A.Chidambaram, Chennai 18 March 2001Click here
24 The Bodyline Series Australia Vs England Australia Dec - Feb 1932/33Click here
23 W.G.Grace England 1865 -1908Click here
22 Michael Holding West Indies 1975 -1987Click here
21 Andy Roberts West Indies 1974 -1983Click here
20 Joel Garner West Indies 1977 -1987Click here
19Malcolm Marshall West Indies 1978 -1991 Click here
18VVS Laxman's Epic 281 Vs Austrlia Eden Gardens, Kolkata 14-15 March 2001Click here
17Deadly Derek UnderwoodEngland 1966 -1982Click here
16 Bob Willis England 1971 -1984Click here
15 Anil Kumble 10 Wicket in an inningsFeorzeshah Kolta, New Delhi 8th Feb 1999Click here
14 Shahid Afridi Pitch-tampering IncidentFaisalabad, Pakistan 21st Nov 2005Click here
13 Chandra India 1964 -1979Click here
12 Wes Hall West Indies 1958 -1969Click here
11 The Prasad Vs Sohail Incident in world cup 1996M.Chinnaswamy, Bangalore 9th Mar 1996 Click here
10 Javed Miandad Frog Jumping incident SCG, Australia 4th March 1992Click here
9 Garry Sobers smashing six sixes off an over Cardiff, England 31st Aug 1968Click here
8 Bishan Singh Bedi India 1967 -1979Click here
7 Underarm bowling incident of 1981 MCG, Australia 1st Feb 1981Click here
6 Sir Donald Bradman Australia 1928 -1948Click here
5 Harold Larwood England 1926 -1933 Click here
4 Freddie Trueman England 1952 -1965Click here
3 John Snow England 1965 -1976Click here
2 Frank Tyson England 1954 -1959Click here
1 Raymond Russell Lindwall Australia 1946 -1960Click here


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Typhoon Tyson



Full name Frank Holmes Tyson
Born June 6, 1930, Farnworth, Lancashire
Current age 78 years 213 days
Major teams England, Northamptonshire
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In terms of raw, unbridled pace, few bowlers in history can match England's Frank Tyson. Richie Benaud rated him the quickest he's ever seen. In 17 Tests, Tyson took 76 wickets at an average of 18. This was no brainless quickie, however - Tyson was a Durham University graduate, and had a penchant for quoting Shakespeare or Wordsworth to batsmen. Most famously, Tyson blew away Australia as England retained the Ashes in 1954-55. After starting off with 1 for 160 in defeat at Brisbane, he shortened his run and took 10 wickets at Sydney and nine more at Melbourne, when he took 7 for 27 in the second innings and frightened the life out of the Aussies. There can have been few faster spells in history than Tyson's in that innings. He skittled the opposition, and bowling downwind off a shorter run, was literally as fast as a typhoon. Injury plagued his career, though, and although he was tall and strong, he reached for the crease with his final stride and his action wasn't fluid, and he was finished by the time he was 30. He subsequently emigrated to Australia, where he became a headmaster for a time, before coaching Victoria. He also commentated and was a successful writer on the game.



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John Snow



Full name John Augustine Snow
Born October 13, 1941, Peopleton, Worcestershire
Current age 67 years 84 days
Major teams England, Sussex, Warwickshire
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm fast-medium


For eight years from the mid-1960s John Snow was, by some margin, England's best fast bowler. If he'd been Australian he would have been an automatic pick for every Test when fit. But he was strong-willed and difficult, and, being subject to the whims of English panels of selectors, he won only 49 Test caps. Even more absurdly, he went on only three tours. He was dropped twice in unusual circumstances: by Sussex for "not trying", and by England for barging India's Sunil Gavaskar off his feet at Lord's in 1971. Gavaskar, the non-striker, had crossed Snow's running line in going for a quick single after the ball had been pushed towards mid-on. Two years earlier, in Pakistan, Snow had cost himself another cap by bowling fast bouncers at Tom Graveney, the vice-captain, on a dangerous net pitch in Lahore the day before a Test. The son of a Church of England clergyman, Snow was a strange mixture altogether. Away from cricket, until he mellowed, he could be unapproachable. But his artistic flair was manifest in two published books of poetry, and in retirement he unexpectedly set up a successful travel agency. For England he reached his peak in West Indies and Australia, where his 31 Test wickets in 1970-71, combined with 1305 runs from Boycott and Edrich, were Ray Illingworth's main weapon in winning back the Ashes. In rhythm, accuracy, pace and possession of a vicious bouncer, Snow had much in common with Glenn McGrath of Australia as a spearhead. But in one respect they widely differed: Snow never needed to resort to sledging to make a batsman feel uncomfortable. His air of menace said it all.



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Raymond Russell Lindwall MBE (October 3, 1921 - June 23, 1996) was a cricketer who represented Australia in 61 Tests from 1946 to 1960. An right-arm fast bowler of express pace, Lindwall was widely regarded as the greatest pace bowler of his era and one of the finest of all time.
Ashes opponent John Warr held that "if one were granted one last wish in cricket, it would be the sight of Ray Lindwall opening the bowling in a Test match". His powerful, rhythmic approach, unwavering control and late swing brought a hush to arenas all over the world: when he yorked Len Hutton with the second ball of the Headingley Test of July 1953, it was received with the solemnity of a declaration of war. Like his longtime bowling partner Keith Miller, Lindwall could also bat with spirit and adventure: his Test century at Melbourne in January 1947 was the second-fastest by an Australian. His autobiography, Flying Stumps, is a book of rare charm.


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A classical easy action, a mop of unruly jet-black hair and a menacing scowl were the trademarks of Freddie Trueman, the Yorkshire fast bowler who was the first man from any country to take 300 Test wickets, a landmark he reached at The Oval in 1964. Since then many have gone past his overall figure of 307, but few have matched his average (21.57) and strike rate (a wicket every 49 balls). Trueman's tally might have been nearer 400 if he hadn't missed numerous matches and tours because of various disciplinary breaches, some true, some imagined - he was once hauled before the Yorkshire committee for some misdemeanour, and escaped punishment by pointing out that he was 200 miles away playing for England at the time. But on his day Trueman was fast and frightening: in his first Test series, in 1952, he helped reduce India to 0 for 4 on his debut, and took 8 for 31 - the best Test bowling figures by a genuinely fast bowler at the time - in the third match. In the second half of the '50s he formed an incisive new-ball pairing with Brian Statham, the legendarily accurate loose-limbed Lancastrian, who raced him neck-and-neck to the 250-wicket mark. By then "Fiery Fred" had great control of swing, and had some claim to being, as he only half-jokingly suggested to John Arlott as the title of his planned biography, "T'Greatest Fast Bowler Who Ever Drew Breath". Trueman relished Yorkshire's dominance in the 1960s, and retired after their sixth title in the decade, in 1968, a season he also led them to victory over the touring Australians. He tried a one-day comeback with Derbyshire, which was not a great success. A natural raconteur whose stories grew taller with every telling, he was a radio summariser for the BBC's Test Match Special commentary team for many years. His catchphrase became "I just don't know what's going off out there", and eventually his role as the curmudgeonly Tyke (he once observed that Ian Botham "couldn't bowl a hoop downhill") began to pall and he found himself - to his disgust - dropped once again.




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