Joe Root has become just the 14th player in Test match history to break the 10,000 run barrier after his unbeaten century steered England to victory against New Zealand.
The former captain, in his first game since stepping back from the role, hit 115 not out to give new skipper Ben Stokes a five-wicket win over the Black Caps at Lord's on Sunday.
In the process, the Yorkshire batsman joined Sir Alastair Cook as only the second England player to bring up the milestone mark.
In a remarkable coincidence, both Root and Cook reached the 10,000 figure at the exact same age - 31 years and 157 days.
They are not the only impressive numbers posted by the former in his record-breaking day at the crease, however...
1987 - the year the first player posted 10,000 runs in Test cricket, when Sunil Gavaskar achieved the figure for India.
218 - the number of innings it has taken Root to join the 10,000 run club in Test cricket.
118 - the number of matches it has taken Root to achieve it.
85 - the number of runs Root needs to move to 13th in the all-time Test runs rankings, currently trailing Pakistan's Younis Khan (10,099).
26 - the number of Test centuries scored by Root, a figure exceeded only for England by Cook, with 33.
2 - the number of other players to break the 10,000 mark while scoring a ton - Australia's Steve Waugh (Jan 2003) and India's Rahul Dravid (Mar 2008).
1 - this is the first Test century Root has scored in the final innings of a match, and therefore also his highest score in the same period of play.