5. Tony Greig on Sachin Tendulkar in 1998

Sachin Tendulkar was seen in his beast mode in the year 1998. Tendulkar played one of the greatest knocks of his life against Australia at Sharjah in the same year. Seeing a modern great weave his magic at the crease, Tony Greig couldn’t stop himself from saying “This man is the nearest thing to Bradman there has ever been.”

4. Ian Smith in the 2019 ODI WCFinal

 The entire stadium was jubilant celebrating England’s first-ever ODI world cup win. Ian Smith in the commentary blurted out passionately “England have won the world cup. By the barest of margins! By the barest of all margins!.”

3. Nasser Hussain on Amir Dismissing Kohli in 2017 Champions Trophy Final

Nasser Hussain’s lines on the entire scenario made the moment even more precious for Pakistan fans. Hussain said “In the air again and gone. Not that important, he’s gone the next ball. Pakistan cricket at its best, one minute down next minute up.”

2. Ravi Shastri during the 2011 World Cup Final

Ravi Shastri chose the perfect line to describe the euphoric event. After Dhoni hit the six, Shastri said, “Dhoni finishes off in style, a magnificent strike into the crowd. India lifts the world cup after 28 years, the party starts in the dressing room”.

1. Ian Bishop during the 2016 20-20 World Cup Final

 Carlos Brathwaite smashed four back-to-back sixes, sending the entire stadium into a frenzy. What made the entire moment even more memorable were the iconic lines by Ian Bishop, who blurted out "Carlos Brathwaite Remember the Name" as West Indies celebrated their second title victory.