Watch how David Miller smashed Bangladesh for five successive sixes in an over en route to hitting the fastest T20I hundred of all time, from 35 balls. The 28-year old batsman who is nicknamed Killer Miller was dropped on zero in South Africa's 100th T20 global took just 35 balls to score his remarkable T20I century which became the fastest ever in the shortest format of the game. In reply, a shell-shocked Bangladesh never attained any momentum as they were bundled out for 141 in 18.3 overs.
Miller hit nine sixes including five consecutive in an over of Saifuddin, and seven fours in his innings.
South Africa whitewashed the Test, ODI and T20I series against Bangladesh.
While South Africa gained valuable preparation under new coach Ottis Gibson ahead of tours by India and Australia, Bangladesh failed to live up to the promise it showed recently in home series.
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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". The cricketer remained not out at the score of 101 runs off 36 balls.
The only players to hit six sixes in an over in an global are South Africa's Herschelle Gibbs and India's Yuvraj Singh.
Bangladesh won the toss and put South Africa in to bat, with Hashim Amla (85) leading the way as a series of batting partners - Mangaliso Mosehle (5), JP Duminy (4) and AB de Villiers (20) - struggled to do any considerable damage.
Miller came in in the 11th over and was dropped on 0 off Rubel Hossain before he delivered an exhibition of power hitting in Potchefstroom.