James Anderson dismissed India great Sachin Tendulkar for the ninth time in Tests on Friday to claim the record wicket haul of the batsman.
Anderson was joint top on eight with Muttiah Muralitharan but bowled the 'Little Master' out for two as England took charge of the final Test in Nagpur on day two.
Here's a list of the nine occasions the Lancashire lad has claimed the scalp of the Mumbai maestro...
19 March, 2006, Mumbai
Tendulkar walked for one after he drove loosely and went through to wicketkeeper Geraint Jones.
20 July, 2007, Lord's
Anderson's swing speciality flummoxed Tendulkar, who was given out lbw for 37.
10 & 12 August, 2007, The Oval
A wicket in each innings for Anderson augmented his reputation as Tendulkar's arch nemesis. An edge to Andrew Strauss at slip on 82 and an inside edge on to his wicket for two made it a double for Anderson.
22 December 2008, Mohali
Graeme Swann caught Tendulkar at gully for five.
25 July 2011, Lord's
Probably his last innings at Lord's, Anderson sent Tendulkar back to the pavilion for 12 after his delivery evaded an inside edge for lbw.
29 July 2011, Trent Bridge
In the second Test of the same series, Tendulkar managed 56 before Anderson claimed him lbw again.
5 December 2012, Kolkata
Tendulkar hit 76 before Anderson's outswinger was edged and held by Matt Prior.
14 December 2012 Nagpur
A thin inside edge and on to middle stump gave Anderson the record.