England pacer James Anderson claimed his 650th Test wicket in the second match against New Zealand.
Anderson became the first pace bowler ever, and the third bowler in all, to get to that landmark.
Only two bowlers, both of them legendary spinners, have taken more wickets than him in Test cricket.
Australian leg spinner Shane Warne took 708 wickets from 145 Test matches and is placed second.
On the top of the list is Sri Lankan off spinner Muttiah Muralitharan: 800 wickets from 133 Tests.
39-year-old James Anderson has so far played 171 Tests and is still active at the highest level.
Though it is not usual for quicks to be playing at his age, Anderson is still as good as ever.
He got his international career extended when new captain Ben Stokes got him back for this series.