Let us have a look at ten such moments from the history of cricket which can never be forgotten:

1. Don Bradman looking at the stumps as he was bowled out for a duck in his last match.
He needed just four runs to retire with an unbelievable average of 100.

2. Javed Miandad raising his bat towards Dennis Lilee in an angry gesture.
Allegedly, Lilee had come in his way while he was running between the wickets.

3. Umpiring talking to Dennis Lilee who had walked on the pitch with an aluminium bat.
The game had to be stopped for a while as Lilee was extremely stubborn about his choice.

4. An interesting moment when both Windies batsmen Shivanarine Chanderpaul and Ridley Jacobs got injured during a match and needed runners.
These runners were Marlon Samuels and Wavell Hinds and this partnership only lasted for 7 runs.

5. Tea being served on a tray during a match in 1938.
This shot was taken in Headingley and shows how cricket practices have changed over the years.

6. Andrew Flintoff consoling Brett Lee after Australia lost a match to England.
This was an Ashes match and Flintoff later went on to confess that he whispered, 'It's 1-1, son' in Brett Lee's ears.

7. Anil Kumble coming out to bowl with a broken jaw.
This happened in a match against West Indies in 2002 and is remembered for the player's bravery and passion for the game.

8. Malcolm Marshall batting with a fractured hand.
Marshall did this heroic act to help his teammate Larry Gomes who was playing at 96 and later went on to complete his century.

9 player on the slip in an Australia vs New Zealand match .
This was Dennis Lilee's idea who used to be controversy's favorite child at that time.

10. Players and the umpire lying down on the ground to survive a bee attack.
This funny incident happened in Feroz Shah Kotla ground during a Border-Gavaskar match between India and Australia.

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