Mushtaq Ahmed made the Lord's Honours Boards when he took a match-winning five-wicket haul for Pakistan during their 1996 Test against England.
Having scored 340 in the first and declaring on 352/5 in the second innings, Pakistan set England a mighty total of 408 runs.
However, England were undone by the quality of the bowling attack of Pakistan, who including Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis among their ranks.
Having said that, it was the work of Ahmed in England's second innings that saw Pakistan claim victory.
The spinner took the key wickets of Michael Atherton, Alec Stewart, Graeme Thorpe, Mark Ealham and Alan Mullally to seal his spot on the famous Honours Boards.