Relive the moment Quinton de Kock notched up his very first ODI century during the fourth one-day international between the Proteas and Pakistan in Abu Dhabi in 2013.
De Kock made his debut for the Proteas earlier that year and was still battling Colin Ingram for the permanent spot as opening batsman alongside Graeme Smith.
After missing out on the opening two ODIs of the series, De Kock replaced Ingram in the team, managing 40 in the third clash before recording his maiden century in the fourth.
Batting first, the left-hander received a massive lifeline after being dropped on two and he went on to convert that opportunity with great resilience and patience.
Over the years, De Kock has become known for his aggressive approach and ability to score quick. In this match, though, his ton required a lot of digging and hard work as he accounted for 112 off 135 deliveries.
The Proteas would go on to win the match by 28 runs and also sow up the series 4-1.