#3 Bruce Reid
The tall and fierce left-arm pacer Bruce Reid, made his debut in 1985-86 when the Baggy Greens were at a low and is famously remembered for his spectacular performance against English team at Melbourne in 1990-91, where he took 13 wickets.
He had the remarkable ability to straighten the ball to a right-handed batsman, as well as slant away a little, with a naturally steep bounce. Given his excellence and skill in the game, it meant that he was there to stay and take the Baggy Greens to greater levels, until injuries played a spoiler in his short but celebrated career.
Reid went on to become fast bowling coach of Indian team in 2003, ahead of the series against Australia.
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