In an era of slog-sweeps, switch-hits and shovel shots, Eoin Morgan could possibly trump them all.
Named in England's squad following a string of impressive performances for Middlesex, the Dublin-born left-hander is the inventor of the "change up sweep", a stroke that defies description, not to mention belief.
Morgan has international experience having played for Ireland in the 2007 World Cup, but just like compatriot Ed Joyce before him, he harbours Test-playing ambitions with England.
Should he replicate his county form for England, expect plenty of open-jawed bowlers as well as spectators.
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