“It’s not a smart thing to rattle a fast bowler,” said Curtly Ambrose while looking back at the famous incident 13 years later. It was the final of Benson & Hedges World Series 1992-93 at Sydney Cricket Ground. Australia were asked to chase 240 but an intriguing act by Dean Jones made their victory impossible. While chasing, in order to distract, Dean Jones asked Caribbean pacer Curtly Ambrose to remove his white wristband as the colour of the ball was also white. However, Ambrose did not get distracted, instead, he got a bit irritated and then the Australians had to face a terrifying spell of fearsome fast bowling. It was like waking up the lion as Ambrose went on to take 5 wickets for 32 and West Indies won the final by 25 runs.