Broken teeth and shattered noses
New Zealand batsman Daniel Flynn "wore one" on the grille just after lunch on the first day of the second Test.
A bouncer from England paceman James Anderson took the left-hander by surprise and he left the field minus one of his front teeth.
This is part of the batsmen's lot when you opt to play the hook shot - the one I remember most is back in the mid-eighties against the great West Indian side of that era.
Mike Gatting was facing up to the legendary Malcolm Marshall, he attempted to hook but was rather slow on the ball and the ball made direct contact with his nose.
Sadly for Gatt, part of the bridge of his nose became embedded in the ball. Not a pretty sight. Obviously Gatt was in a bad way and the state of the pitch wasn't too good either with all the blood and gore on it.
Marshall enquired as to how he was and picked the ball up. He saw Gatt's nose in his cricket ball, decided he could not continue with the ball and threw it to the far side of Sabina Park.
On that note, Gatt left the ground. A few days later at a press conference, an English journalist asked him (looking like a giant panda) "where did it hit you Mike?"....
That's the one I remember most .. Over to you. Which ones do you remember?