Rahul Dravid, centre, signs autographs following a practice session ahead of day three of the first cricket Test match at Lord's Cricket Ground in London. In the course of his innings, he went past former Australian captain Ricky Ponting to take the second spot behind Sachin Tendulkar in the list of all-time run-scorers in Test cricket. The last time two top run-getters in Tests were in the same team happened in 1912 with Clem Hill and Victor Trumper. Dravid, who was 49 runs behind Ponting at the start of the first Test against England at Lord's, reached the mark when he brought up his 50. Before the start of this Test, Dravid had 12314 runs, while Ponting had aggregated 12363. Tendulkar, who fell for 34, leads the list with 14692 runs.