Mike Gatting has been at the receiving end of some of cricket's most famous moments. The finger-wagging with umpire Shakoor Rana, the calamitous reverse sweep in the 1987 World Cup final, the ball of the century bowled by Shane Warne, the barmaid scandal of 1988, and also this picture here.
In the first one-day international on the Caribbean tour of 1986, the West Indies had inserted England and had them in early trouble on what Malcolm Marshall described as an "up and down" wicket.
In the course of a penetrative spell, Marshall struck Gatting on the nose. The story goes that the ball came back with fragments of Gatting's nose bone stuck on it.
Check out this video clip where the protagonists recall the gruesome incident.