Aussie great Shane Warne delivery to Gatting was termed as 'ball of the century'.

Bishoo delivered a ball that may not have emulated Warne's delivery to Gatting on but cricket overs and expert already termed it as the "ball of the 21st century".

The West Indian leg spinner's ball to dismiss Haddin was a delivery of which Aussie great Warne would have been proud.  

The ball of the century, also referred to as the Gatting Ball was delivered by Warne on day two during the first Test of the 1993 Ashes series (4 June 1993), which took place at Old Trafford, Manchester. With his first ball against England, in his first Ashes Test, Warne produced a spectacular delivery that bowled Gatting out.

It became recognized as being of considerable significance in not just the context of the match or series, but in cricket in general in that it signalled the revival of leg spin bowling.

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