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15 Legendary Photos That’ll Forever Remain Iconic In Cricket History
 
1. Sachin Tendulkar

1. Sachin Tendulkar's straight drive It was one of the best sights in cricket history. On one of his straight drives, the commentator said - "Make sure you get it on video. It is worth looking at forever more."

2. Rahul Dravid

2. Rahul Dravid's defence Shoaib Akhtar claimed that Dravid was the toughest batsman to get out.

3. Dhoni

3. Dhoni's helicopter shot The power involved proves why the shot is exclusive to him.

4. ABD

4. ABD's signature sweep He can play shots all over the ground. But this one by far is his signature.

5. Sachin

5. Sachin's stance at the non-striker's end When the bowlers got a respite. And he stood there as though there was no pressure on him.

6. And of course, his upper cut A shot that he made famous and played exceedingly well throughout his career.

6. And of course, his upper cut A shot that he made famous and played exceedingly well throughout his career.

7. Ganguly stepping out to a spinner The inevitable six that Dada struck match after match.

7. Ganguly stepping out to a spinner The inevitable six that Dada struck match after match.

8. Shoaib Akhtar

8. Shoaib Akhtar's air plane celebration Countless batsmen fell prey to his pace, which was followed up by this iconic celebration.

9. Shane Warne

9. Shane Warne's bowling action One that many bowlers copied down the years. But there was only one Shane Warne.

10. Virat Kohli

10. Virat Kohli's cover drive If 'perfection' had a visual definition, it would be his cover drive.

11. Javagal Srinath

11. Javagal Srinath's bowling action The iconic double hand raise, that became a legacy in Indian cricket.

12. Brian Lara

12. Brian Lara's back lift The slight elbow tug and the double lift, followed by exquisite class.

13. Allan Donald

13. Allan Donald's bowling action 'White Lightening' had one of the most attractive bowling actions in history.

14. Jonty Rhodes flying at point Diving was an understatement for this man. So many fell prey trying to get past him at point.

14. Jonty Rhodes flying at point Diving was an understatement for this man. So many fell prey trying to get past him at point.

15. Billy Bowden

15. Billy Bowden's 'crooked finger of doom' Diagnosed with arthritis, he had to resort to improvising his signalling. But it also became a form of entertainment with the fans.

 
 
 
 
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