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Virender Sehwag delivered one of the most breathtaking innings seen in Australia when he pummeled 195 on the opening day of the 2003 Boxing Day Test.
Pulling on the Baggy Blue remains the pinnacle for all Victorian cricketers.
Controversy hit the 1995 Boxing Day Test when umpire Darrell Hair called young Sri Lankan spinner Muthiah Muralidaran for throwing.
Brett Lee burst onto the international scene with a five-wicket haul in his Australian debut in the 1999 Boxing Day Test.
When number 11 Glenn McGrath entered the crease in the 2005 Boxing Day Test, Michael Hussey was on just 27. When the last wicket fell two hours later, Hussey was 122 and had scored one of the most thrilling centuries
Proud Victorian Bill Lawry and Ian Chappell put on the highest partnership in Boxing Day Tests in 1968 when the duo combined for 298 runs.
Ian Chappell called it the bravest innings he has ever seen.
Australia was cruising to victory in the 1998 Ashes Test before English seamer Dean Headley turned in a career-best performance.
Bruce Reid turned the 1990 Ashes series on its head in what the English team manager would later describe as 50 minutes of madness.
On the morning of the final day of the 1992 Boxing Day Test, Shane Warne's career was in the balance. Two sessions later, Victoria would have a new favourite son.
Few players have performed with such distinction at the sporting coliseum of the Melbourne Cricket Ground like Ricky Ponting.
Graham Yallop's twelve-hour double-hundred in the 1983 Test against Pakistan still stands as the highest score in a Boxing Day Test.
South Africa claimed what captain Graeme Smith described later as the country's "finest win" when they defeated Australia by nine wickets in the 2008 Boxing Day Test.
For a Victorian cricketer, it doesn't get any better than making your debut in a Boxing Day Test and performing well.
There is nothing like a big Boxing Day Test crowd to get a Victorian fired up and in 2011, the visiting Indians felt the full brunt of Bushrangers pace duo James Pattinson and Peter Siddle.
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