Elgar played some delightful strokes that yielded five boundaries and four maximums at Centurion.
The opinionated left-handed batsman‚ who has played in 51 Tests for the Proteas‚ seven ODIs innings and is yet to feature in an international T20‚ went on to say that he hasn’t lost hope of going to the 2019 Cricket World Cup next year.
“It is not to say I won’t go‚” he said.
“Anything can happen because opportunities can come your way and you just have to be ready.
“I always had those ambitions and they will live with me until I retire.
“It puts a smile on my face knowing that an opportunity may come one day and if it doesn’t come I will still be happy with what I have done with my career.
“It will be nice if it happens but those things are out of my hands because I can’t select myself.