Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting has announced he will retire from all forms of the game in October. Here, we take a look at his career in numbers...
168 - Test match caps. A record for an Australian he holds jointly with Steve Waugh.
13,378 - Test match runs to make him the second-most prolific batsman of all time behind Sachin Tendulkar.
41 - Test centuries to leave him third in the all-time list.
257 - His highest Test score, against India at Melbourne in 2003.
48 - His world record number of Test wins as captain.
51.85 - Test average.
5 - Test match wickets.
375 - One-day internationals to make him the most-capped Australian and fifth-most overall.
230 - His record for most ODIs as captain.
13,704 - ODI runs to leave him second on the all-time list behind Tendulkar.
30 - The second most ODI centuries, behind Tendulkar again.
3 - World Cup titles.
2 - World Cup wins as captain.
42.03 - ODI average.
98* - Highest Twenty20 score, in his first ever international match in the shortest format against New Zealand.
2 - Number of Twenty20 half-centuries in 17 international games.