1. Sheldon Cottrell

Following each of his wickets, he marches down the pitch and salutes the dressing room.

2. Daren Sammy

His celebration became known as the ‘pacifier’ celebration, and it was picked up on the cricket field by numerous cricketers subsequently.

3. Ben Stokes

Stokes’ hand gesture after the win was a tribute to his father Ged. During his rugby league career, Ged had to amputate a part of his middle finger after an injury to continue playing, because he couldn’t afford a surgery.

4. Sachin Tendulkar

Fans will remember his symbolic celebration of staring up at the sky after reaching a century.

5. Brett Lee

The former speedster demonstrated that he learned his well-known chainsaw celebration from his father.