New Delhi: Former West Indies pacer Curtly Ambrose is widely regarded as one of the best to have played the game.
At his peak, the lanky speedster terrorized even the best batsmen in world cricket.
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Apart from lethal pace, accuracy was another hallmark of the right-armer's bowling.
One a rare occasion however, Ambrose shocked the crowd and his teammates with an extremely indisciplined spell of bowling.
This happened in a 1997 Test match where the pacer lost his rhythm, bowling nine no balls in a single over against Australia.
Coming from around the wicket to the right-handed pair of Shane Warne and Andy Bichel, Curtly ended up bowling a 15-ball over.