Praveen Kumar (4-46) - 2nd Final, Commonwealth Bank Series, 2008, Brisbane: India had beaten Australia in the first final at the SCG. But in the second final, It was PK show as he helped India defend a total of 258/9. The Aussie top order was a force to reckon with and what an impact the UP bowler made.
Yuzvendra Chahal (6-42) - Third ODI, 2019, MCG: The leg-spinner, Chahal was India's man! He got Marsh stumped and then induced a leading edge from Khawaja for a simple caught and bowled - Chahal had turned the match on its head with two wickets in an over before taking four wickets later.
Roger Binny (3-27) - Benson and Hedges World Championship of Cricket, 1985, MCG: Roger Binny, the fine right-arm swing bowler from India, struck early and gave India the early ascendancy in the match - he went past the defense of opener, Graham Wood and skipper, Allan Border.
Dilip Doshi (3-32) - Benson and Hedges World Series Cup, 1980, MCG: Dilip Doshi, the slow left-arm orthodox bowler, on his ODI debut, saw the back of Greg Chappell, Allan Border and Doug Walters and created havoc in the Australian middle order.
Kapil Dev (4-30) - Benson and Hedges World Series Cup, 1986, MCG: Kapil returned with 4-30 in his 9 overs. He was also very restrictive - a quintessential Kapil Dev quality in ODI cricket - in fact, he was the most economical bowler of the match.