Derek Underwood's second appearance on the Lord's Honours Board see him finish with superb match figures of 13-71 during England's drawn Test versus Pakistan.
With Pakistan opting to bat first, Underwood took full control with the ball in his hand, taking five wickets for 20 runs off just 14 overs.
England managed 270 in reply, which gave Underwood the opportunity to continue his dominance against the Pakistan attack.
Bowling 34.5 overs, Underwood was in unstoppable form, taking eight wickets for 51 runs to restrict Pakistan to a score of 226.
Underwood's second spell saw him bowl at a economy rate of 1.46 and gave him a second 10-wicket haul at Lord's.
However, despite the spinner's sublime efforts, weather denied England victory with the game being concluded as a draw after five days at the Home of Cricket.