Nine years ago to this day, Sheffield's Michael Vaughan stepped down as captain of England's one-day side. Paul Collingwood was later chosen as his replacement.
Here are some other memories from this day in sporting history:
1958: Douglas Jardine, the England cricket captain for the controversial 'Bodyline' series in 1932-33, died aged 57.
1963: Henry Cooper rocked the boxing world by putting Cassius Clay, who later changed his name to Muhammad Ali, on the canvas - but the super-confident fighter hit back to win with Cooper bleeding heavily from a cut over the eye.
1986: Spain's Emilio Butragueno scored four goals in a World Cup clash with Denmark.
2003: Manchester United confirmed to the Stock Exchange they had reached agreement to transfer David Beckham to Real Madrid for approximately £25million.
2006: Australian Geoff Ogilvy won the US Open after Colin Montgomerie and Phil Mickelson double-bogeyed the final hole at Winged Foot.
2008: Tiger Woods confirmed that he would undergo surgery on his left knee, which ruled him out for the rest of the PGA Tour season. The American world number one had won the US Open in a 19-hole play-off two days previously.
2009: Yeats, trained by Aidan O'Brien and ridden by Johnny Murtagh, made history by becoming the first horse to win the Gold Cup at Royal Ascot for a fourth time.
2010: England drew their second World Cup group game 0-0 with Algeria and afterwards complained to FIFA over a security breach in their dressing room.
2012: Surrey batsman Tom Maynard died after he was electrocuted and hit by a train in London. An inquest into his death in February 2013 recorded a verdict of accidental death, while a post-mortem revealed he was nearly four times over the legal drink-drive limit and that he had also taken cocaine and ecstasy on the night of the accident.
2013: Stuart Pearce was told by the Football Association he would not be kept on as England Under-21s manager after his team failed to pick up a single point at the European Championships.
2014: Former Sussex bowler Naveed Arif was handed a life ban from all forms of cricket after pleading guilty to six breaches of the England and Wales Cricket Board's anti-corruption code.
2015: It was revealed that Mo Farah had missed two doping tests. A third would carry a suspension of up to four years.