South Africa’s Miller hits fastest international Twenty20 century

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David Miller hit the fastest century in Twenty20 international cricket as South Africa beat Bangladesh in Potchefs-troom on Sunday.
Miller, who was dropped on zero, scored 101 not out off 36 balls, reaching his century off 35 deliveries.
The previous fastest T20 international century was made off 45 balls by fellow South African Richard Levi against New Zealand in Hamilton in 2012.
Bangladesh struggled to chase South Africa’s 224 and were all out for 141.
Miller hit nine sixes, including five off successive balls from Mohammad Saifuddin, and seven fours at Senwes Park.
He shared a 79-run fourth-wicket partnership off 41 balls with Hashim Amla, who made 85 off
51 balls with 11 fours and a six.
The victory completed South Africa’s first clean sweep against a touring team as they won every match across Tests, one-day internationals and T20s.
Miller played six T20 Blast games for Glamorgan in 2017 and made their quarter-final win against Leicestershire having played in South Africa the day before by taking an overnight flight. 

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