Legendary former Proteas batsman Hashim Amla continued to wind back the clock after scoring another impressive century for Surrey in the County Championship.
This latest knock comes just weeks after the 38-year-old recorded a double century against Hampshire in April.
Amla shared a century partnership with Jamie Overton, while notching up his 54th first class century to date in his 246th match.
The iconic former Proteas star ultimately finished on 173.
Amla, who officially retired from international cricket in August 2019, will play for Western Province when the new domestic season begins later this year.
💯 | HUNDRED
A second century of the season and his first as skipper. A standing ovation from The Kia Oval crowd.
Batted, Hashim! pic.twitter.com/WI9iKvtm5b
— Surrey Cricket (@surreycricket) May 27, 2021