David Miller smashed the record for the quickest century in a Twenty20 worldwide as South Africa completed a clean sweep of victories against Bangladesh, winning by 83 runs in the second and final T20I.
The previous best was by Richard Levi, when he smashed a 45-ball hundred against New Zealand in 2012.
Miller finished on 101 not out off 36 balls as South Africa set 224-4. In reply, a shell-shocked Bangladesh never attained any momentum as they were bundled out for 141 in 18.3 overs. Miller's sensational knock was decorated with nine sixes and seven fours.
Bangladesh T20 skipper Shakib Al Hasan said that they weren't able to wade through a string of losses and eventually, the negative vibe spread through the set-up during the just-concluded tour of South Africa.
The Bangladesh skipper said that though teams struggle to perform well in an away series, his team was not able to compete on the South Africa tour.
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Razza, who serves as Deputy Chief of the Johnston Police Department, stood inside his office reading what he said are "some staggering statistics".
Bangladesh came closest to something to celebrate when it went down by 20 runs in the first T20.
While talking to SuperSport television the South African batter said, "I was pretty scratchy to begin with", "But towards the back end it came out quite sweet".
To make matters worse for Bangladesh, Miller was dropped second ball as a diving Mushfiqur Rahim just failed to hold from a gloved Rubel Hossain bouncer down the leg side.
The left-hander took 31 off the 19th over of the innings - bowled by Mohammad Saifuddin - with five sixes in the first five balls. KL Rahul was just one ball behind as the batsman reached the historic ton in just 46 balls.
Before Miller arrived South Africa was only 78-3.