Curtly Ambrose was regarded as one of the most feared and intimidating bowlers during his heydays. He was tall and had some serious pace in his menacing deliveries. If pitch had some assistance, he could run any team rampant with his guile and ability.

On this day, 23 years ago in 1993 Australia were on the receiving end when Ambrose steamed in and chipped seven wickets for 25 runs in the fifth and the final Test of the Frank Worrell Trophy at Perth in 1993. Ambrose picked seven wickets for a solitary run in 32 deliveries as the hosts were decimated for 119 after being in a good position at 85 for the loss of two wickets. He was getting some good bounce which he utilised to the fullest.

This astonishing spell by Ambrose steered West Indies in a dominating position as the game was won b the visitors in the third day of the Test. With this win, West Indies sealed the five-match series by 2-1 and Ambrose made a name for him with this captivating effort.