Wasim Jaffer has reached the landmark of 50 first-class centuries.
The popular former Scholes and Skelmanthorpe batsman went past three figures again for Mumbai in their Ranji Trophy Group A clash against state rivals Vidarbha at the Wankhede Stadium.
His effort – he was 133 not out at stumps – pulled Mumbai out of a sticky situation at 39-3 and they were able to close on 254-8.
The 35-year-old is the most prolific domestic run-scorer in the history of Indian cricket – he also played 31 Tests (five hundreds) – and holds the Drakes League record for the highest ever seasonal average – the 129.46 he registered in all matches for Scholes in 2005.
He also holds the Drakes highest aggregate runs in a season record, having smashed 2,083 for Skelmanthorpe in 2010.