England bowler James Anderson has spoken of his pride after becoming England's leading wicket taker in Test cricket.
The Lancashire paceman usurped Sir Ian Botham after he had West Indies captain Denesh Ramdin caught by Alastair Cook for his 384th record-breaking Test wicket in his 100th match.
The West Indies eventually held on, thanks to a Jason Holder century, to earn a draw in the first Test match in Antigua.
Fast bowler Jimmy Anderson is now the leading test wicket-taker in English cricket history.
England's former record test match wicket-taker Sir Ian Botham has tweeted to congratulate the man who overtook him, Jimmy Anderson.
Fast bowler Jimmy Anderson has now taken more test match wickets than any other Englishman in history.
Anderson, 32, bowled out Dinesh Ramdin for 57 against the West Indies in Antigua for his 384th test wicket, overtaking Sir Ian Botham's 23-year-old record.
The ECB has tweeted an image of the moment James Anderson took his 100th Test wicket.
Fast bowler Jimmy Anderson joined Sir Ian Botham as England's lead wicket-taker in test matches today.
The veteran paceman claimed Marlon Samuels' scalp this afternoon, bringing him level with Botham, one of the most iconic British cricketing heroes, on 383 wickets.
Anderson, 32, is playing in his 100th test match against the West Indies in Antigua.
Anderson is now 14th in the all-time list, but he has some way to go to catch the most successful test bowler of all time, Sri Lankan spinner Muttiah Muralitharan, who retired from test matches in 2010 on 800 wickets.
James Anderson has equalled Sir Ian Botham's record of 383 Test wickets for England.