The man who inks the famous honours boards at Lord's - those small wooden panels that grant cricketing immortality to the names upon them - finally got as far as the letters S-H-A-N-E W-A yesterday.
But then he had to finish them off with a T-S-O-N after Watto's shock spell of wibbly-dibblies under the glowering skies. He'll be there forever, unlike Warnie, whose best return at Lord's was 4-57.
The board will, in all likelihood, never bear the name of RT Ponting, either, nor those of Brian Lara or Sachin Tendulkar. It's quite astonishing that the giants of modern batting have played a combined 11 times at Lord's and their highest individual score there is Lara's 54. Imrul Kayes can beat that, as can Mitchell Johnson.
Murali's name is not there either - his best is 3-158.