New Delhi: South Africa blanked Bangladesh 7-0 after they won the second T20 international by 83 runs in Potchefstroom on Sunday. With the win, hosts South Africa won the two-match T20 series 2-0. They had earlier won the two-match Test series 2-0 and the three-match ODI series 3-0, making sure that they steamrolled the visitors in all three formats.

Coming back to the second T20 match, put into bat, South Africa hammered 224 for four in their allotted 20 overs. The top scorer was David Miller who hit 101 not out off 36 balls. He smashed seven fours and nine sixes in his knock. This was a special innings as in getting a century in 35 balls in the course of the 36-ball knock, Miller created an international T20 record.

Prior to this, in an international game, the fastest T20 century was scored by Richard Levi, also a South African. But Miller significantly bettered the record since Levi had scored his fastest ton in 45 balls.

Chasing a mammoth 225 for a win, Bangladesh could only manage 141 all out in 18.3 overs. The pick of the bowlers was captain Jean-Paul Duminy who bagged two for 23 in his quota of four overs.