7. Steve Waugh, Australia- 11
The resilient Australian who served his country for close to twenty years comes 7th on our list. Fondly known as “Iceman” for his composed performances in tight situations, Steve Waugh was still considered by many as not that much talented and more of an all-rounder. Two of his 90 plus knock were against West Indies in 1989. In the 1989 Ashes, he scored at more than an average of 100, the series bringing him his first century and another 90 plus score in the 4th Test of the series at Leeds. From here on, It was becoming clearer that Steve Waugh will start playing as a specialist batsman in the near future. Another of his 90s, 98 in Rawalpindi against Pakistan is also fondly remembered for his survival of barrage of bouncers from Waqar Younis and Wasim Akram.