With Australia in real trouble, Adam Gilchrist grabs victory from the jaws of defeat against Pakistan in Hobart, 1999.

Gilchrist will be remembered for playing the game in the true spirit, choosing to walk when he knew he was out than wait for the umpire’s decision. He approach seemed an anachronism in a modern game pock-marked with theatrics and hypocrisy and where players use every trick and tactics, both inside and outside the book, to mislead the umpire. READ: ICC World Cup 2003 semi-final: Adam Gilchrist walks

Gilchrist played 96 Tests without a break for a world record 414 dismissals, 17 centuries and 5,570 Test runs at an average of 47.60 — a number that hovered over 60 halfway through his career.