Ian Healy mimics bowling actions of Merv Hughes, Terry Alderman, Malcolm Marshall and Abdul Qadir

During the Allan Border testimonial match in 1993, former Australian wicketkeeper Ian Healy funnily impersonated the bowling legends Merv Hughes, Terry Alderman, Malcolm Marshall and Abdul Qadir.

Starting with his team-mate – the big Merv (Hughes), Healy, ran in from long, sporting a long (fake) moustache and then had a go at the batsman in a typical ‘Hughes’ style. He then switched to Terry Alderman, and then to Malcolm Marshall, with which he managed to knock off Joel Garner, Marshall’s long-time West Indian team-mate. Healy celebrated the wicket exactly like Marshall would do.

It was now time to get slow and Healy, then amused all by bowling his last two deliveries in Abdul Qadir’s style. It was indeed hilarious and the Australian great did provide great entertainment.