34-year-old cricket player Kevin Pietersen scored big for Surrey with 170 runs as he took Oxford students to school.
With his memorable performance, Pietersen scored his first hundred since August 2013, when he participated in the Old Trafford Ashes Test.
Pietersen is playing for Surrey in hopes of earning an England recall, for whom he had previously been a star batsman.
This performance is sure to earn Pietersen a recall if he can keep up his production, and he dazzled with 24 fours while also hitting two sixes against the students in a friendly match.
“It was a huge day for me. I’ve been given a lifeline. It’s an opportunity to try and get back to doing something that I love that was taken away from me,” Pietersen said to The Telegraph.
Pietersen will have plenty of time to keep finding his form and gain back his spot on England’s cricket team, which will participate in the Ashes in July.
The recall hopeful has already won four Ashes competitions throughout his England career, but will need to keep proving that he can shake off the rust as he has not competed in long-form cricket since the Sydney Ashes Test in January 2014.