Phil Tufnell celebrated in his own unique way after collecting 11 wickets in England's innings victory in the first Test in Christchurch in 1998.
The Middlesex spinner produced an exemplary exhibition of controlled slow left-arm bowling, toiling through 46 overs in New Zealand's second innings, picking up seven wickets for just 37 runs.
His celebrations were curtailed amid accusations that he smoked cannabis in a restaurant after the win, although he was subsequently cleared.
But he still had plenty to cheer about - England comfortably won the three-Test series 2-0.
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