T20I: South Africa registered a 20-run win against Bangladesh

T20I: South Africa registered a 20-run win against Bangladesh

T20I: South Africa registered a 20-run win against Bangladesh

David Miller hammered the fastest-ever T20I hundred as South Africa plundered Bangladesh for 224/4 from their 20 overs at Potchefstroom in the second T20I. "I felt pretty scratchy, to be honest".

Miller, who was dropped on zero, reached his ton off 35 balls, beating the previous best mark of 45 deliveries set by compatriot Richard Levi against New Zealand in 2012.

Instead Miller rose from his back having scrambled to make his ground and swatted Mahmudullah's next ball over long-off for six.

The 28 year-old Miller said after the game: "It is pretty special".

In the 19th over of the innings, Miller struck the unfortunate Mohammad Saifuddin for five consecutive maximums but only got a single off the final ball to moans from the crowd.

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Miller's 36-ball 101 - his 100 came off 35 - propelled South Africa to 224 for four before Bangladesh was bowled out for 141, completing a sweep for the hosts in two Tests, three ODIs and two T20Is.

"Last 10 overs I thought we were going to restrict them", Bangladesh's Al Hasan said, "but Miller came in and credit to him. he had all the answers".

Hashim Amla is the only other South African batsman who made useful contribution with 85 runs leading the innings towards a big one. The 31 runs conceded by Saifuddin is the most conceded by a Bangladesh bowler in an over in a T20I.

Quinton de Kock scored his highest Twenty20 global score of 59 to lead South Africa to a 20-run victory over Bangladesh on Thursday in the first game of the series. But Imrul Kayes was run out in the second over and the tourists never threatened again.

Miller sent the third screaming into the crowd beyond square leg: six.

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