1. Australia versus India, Sydney, 1947
In a past visit coordinate, against an Australian XI, Vinoo Mankad had cautioned Bill Brown when the batsman had begun down the wicket before the ball had been rocked the bowling alley. At the point when Brown rehashed it in the Test, Mankad had run him out by taking the safeguard off. The Indian all-rounder did not see the need to give any further cautioning and whipped off the safeguards. Dark colored tossed his bat down in appall and denounced indignantly. In any case, Australian skipper Don Bradman commented that a batsman embarking for a keep running before the ball had been knocked down some pins was liable of taking unreasonable favorable position.
2. Karachi versus Bhawalpur, Karachi, 1959
He had been at the wicket for over two days, in abundance of 10.5 hours and had struck 64 limits. Hanif Mohammed was essentially difficult to expel, appropriate from the primary evening to the fag end of the third day. Reacting to Bhawalpur's 185, Karachi were 771 for six. Hanif had officially enrolled the world record top of the line score, going past Bradman's 452. One ball far from close of third day, he was still there on 498. Looking to finish his quintuple century off the last chunk of the over, along these lines permitting chief Wazir Mohammed to proclaim, Hanif played towards point and called Abdul Aziz for two. In any case, the defender moved quick and the opening batsman was short by a yard and a half, run out for 499.
3. Australia versus West Indies, Brisbane, 1961
From a shaky 92 for six, Alan Davidson and Richie Benaud had included 134 keeps running for the seventh wicket, and by all intelligent consideration ought to have brought Australia home easily. There was only seven rushes to win with four wickets close by. Benaud played Gary Sobers to midwicket, and Alan Davidson, who had taken 11 wickets in the match and scored 44 and 80, was ease back to react. Joe Solomon tossed down the stumps with an immediate hit that was only an antecedent of things to come. At the point when the last over of this captivating match started, Australia required six with three wickets close by. Wes Hall equipped to send down eight balls at a pace like fire.
4. West Indies versus Australia, Lord's, 1975
10 years and a half later a similar two sides gone head to head in another exceedingly charged experience – the primary World Cup last. Just Rohan Kanhai had made due from the 1961 Tied Test, and the turning gray maestro made an unfaltering 55 as Clive Lloyd counter assaulted savagely, impacting his approach to 102 off 85 balls.