Yorkshire 27-1 trail Surrey 517-7 by 490 runs
Kumar Sangakkara became the first batsman in the Specsavers County Championship this summer to pass 1,000 runs, achieving the milestone in some style on day two against Yorkshire at Headingley.
Sangakkara advanced from 82 overnight to 180 not out in the first 75 minutes of play after rain had delayed the start until 5pm.
The Sri Lanka legend was at the heart of a remarkable passage of play as the visitors advanced their first innings from 374 for six overnight to 517 for seven declared.
Retiring Sangakkara scored 91 off 122 runs in the first hour of play, while 142 were scored in 19.1 overs from the start of play to declaration.
Sangakkara reached his century off off 136 balls and his 150 off another 28. In all, he hit 21 fours and four sixes in 183 balls.