SB 10.73.31

jarāsandhaṁ ghātayitvā
 bhīmasenena keśavaḥ
pārthābhyāṁ saṁyutaḥ prāyāt
 sahadevena pūjitaḥ
Word for word: 
jarāsandham — Jarāsandha; ghātayitvā — having had killed; bhīmasenena — by Bhīmasena; keśavaḥ — Lord Kṛṣṇa; pārthābhyam — by the two sons of Pṛthā (Bhīma and Arjuna); saṁyutaḥ — accompanied; prāyāt — He departed; sahadevena — by Sahadeva; pūjitaḥ — worshiped.
Translation: 
Having arranged for Bhīmasena to kill Jarāsandha, Lord Keśava accepted worship from King Sahadeva and then departed with the two sons of Pṛthā.