Sri Lankan legend Muttiah Muralitharan had an unmatchable ability to surprise the batsmen with his spin. Almost every batsmen found it difficult to play his Offbreak, Doosra and Straight Deliveries. On many occasions, The 133-Test veteran delivered fine spells and that’s why he ended up with 800 wickets, the highest in Test Cricket by any bowler till now (and most probably this record will never be broken). 

For once in his career, Muralitharan did a Shane Warne also. During South Africa’s tour of Sri Lanka in 2006, he bowled leg-spin (two deliveries) to left-handed batsman Ashwell Prince that turned sharply from way outside Prince’s off-stump. Here is a video of this: 

 
 

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