With the end of the England tour, Rahul Dravid officially retires from ODI cricket.
While he is known to be a great Test player, Dravid has been a pretty indispensable part of India's ODI unit too. 10,000 runs in both forms of the game is a rarity and one needs to applaud that.
He has batted, kept wickets and captained India in the 50-over format.
A look at some of the highs of his career...
In Image: India's Rahul Dravid reacts after losing his wicket to England's Stuart Broad, not pictured, during the first one day international cricket match at the Riverside Cricket Ground in Durham, England, Saturday, Sept. 3, 2011.
Text: Sunil Rajguru