Veteran opening batsman Imran Farhat smashed another century to add to his long list of achievements in a first-class career stretching back to the 1998/99 season of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy. Despite being in the twilight of his career, the 37-year-old displayed a batting masterclass in the clash between Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
He forged a brilliant partnership with fellow centurion Imran Butt to help recover his side from a precious position. Coming in to bat at No. 5, the left-hander fashioned terrific boundaries to lead his batting charge.
Farhat was finally dismissed for a magnificent 134 from 219 deliveries – his 36th ton in first-class cricket and his second century this season. Farhat has also represented Pakistan in international cricket, donning the national colours in 40 Tests, 58 ODIs and seven T20 internationals.