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.
Miller smashed his ton off just 35 balls, hitting seven fours and nine sixes in the process.
The previous best was by Richard Levi, when he smashed a 45-ball hundred against New Zealand in 2012.
Killer-Miller walked in when South Africa were 78/3 in the 10th over, right after the dangerous looking AB de Villiers had departed for a 15-ball 20. He provided an early chance to Bangladesh but was dropped at 0 by Mushfiqur Rahim and he made them pay badly. He started his innings slowly, playing a perfect foil to Hashim Amla, who was closing in on a hundred. But he cut-loose in the 16th over, where he hit Rubel for a four and two sixes to race away to 42 from 20 balls.
The southpaw then hit five consecutive sixes in the 19th over off Mohammad Saifuddin to reach close to the landmark. He went into the 20th over, needing 12 runs to complete a sensational century.
He also became the fifth Proteas batsman to reach 1000 T20I runs after De Villiers, JP Duminy, Amla and Faf du Plessis.
Before Miller, Levi and Faf Du Plessis had scored quick tons for South Africa in T20Is.
Miller now has 1032 runs from 57 games averaging 30.35.