5. Mark Boucher

Johan Botha tried to flick it down the leg side, Boucher, who caught the ball tried to appeal for a caught behind. However, Atapattu, who lost his balance, made his way out of the crease and Boucher, who noticed the same, dislodged the bails without even looking at the stumps and proved his brilliance.

4. Tom Latham

Faf du Plessis’ paddle shot, Latham managed to pull off a stunning catch and impressed the crowd who witnessed the magic unfold right in front of their eyes. This moment still remains afresh in many fans’ minds and it will go down as one of the best moments in the history of New Zealand Cricket.

3. Misbah-ul-Haq

Facing Adil Rashid, Misbah-ul-Haq tried to play a sweep shot reading the ball and eventually changed it to a late cut over the off side after noticing Buttler moving to the leg side.

2. MS Dhoni

In 2016, during a game at the Melbourne Cricket Ground against Australia, Dhoni fooled Mitchell Marsh with a cheeky runout and smiled it off about the incident during the press conference after the game.

1. Ravi Ashwin

Requiring 2 runs off the last ball chasing 160, Ashwin faced Mohammad Nawaz and let the delivery slide down the leg side eventually clinching an extra run for the Men in Blue. With scores tied, the off-spinner played a lofted drive over mid-off and won the game for team India.