Haha yeah, Murali, of course, for making us see the light over what a ridiculous idea was the one that bowler's elbows stayed at the same angle throughout delivery.
Shame they didn't spot that in about 1930 TBH.
Maybe Chetan Sharma for showing that six required off the last ball of a ODI wasn't terminal?
Regarding Greatbatch\Jayasuriya - think Roy Fredericks would be somewhat unhappy at the notion that they were the first to raise the tempo in the early ODI overs. Greatbatch was the first to do it in a 15-over World Cup, but Jayasuriya was truly the one who brought it to the wider audience.