Pandaros cast his spear and it broke through Diomedes shield but did not harm him.  Diomedes threw at Pandaros and the spearhead cut Pandaros' nose beside his eye, shattered his teeth, cut his tongue in two, exited beneath his chin and he fell.

Aineias straddled the body and fought for it but Diomedes threw a huge stone which hit Aineias on the hip crushing his joint and tendons.  On his knees, one hand on the ground; Aineias leaned against the earth and his eyes closed.

Sthenelos, Diomedes driver, took the great horses to the Greek side.