Mohammad Yousuf made history at Lord's, when he became just the second Pakistan batsman to score a double-hundred at the Ground in 2006.
Having witnessed Sir Alaistair Cook, Paul Collingwood and Ian Bell all score centuries to give England a first innings total of 528/9 declared, Yousuf put on a sublime display to get his side back into the match.
Slotting in at four, the Pakistan batsman entered the crease with his nation 28-2.
By the time he was dismissed, Pakistan were 445 all out, with Yousuf scoring 202 off 330 balls, hitting 26 fours and a six.
The game eventually finished in a draw after five days at Lord's, but a man-of-the-match display and a first appearance on the Honours Boards meant that it was a Test that Yousuf would never forget.