Johannesburg: The most dangerous batsman in the world AB De Villiers and the most prolific versatile batsman in the world Hashim Amla helped their side to register a 2-0 series win over England here on Sunday.
Chasing a 172-run target, De Villiers and Amla had given a flying start by adding 125 runs for the first wicket in just 8.2 overs before Adil Rashid sent back Amla.
Amla played a splendid knock as he scored 69 runs off just 38 deliveries, including eight boundaries and three maximums.
But the wicket didn’t make any difference on Mr. 360’s approach and he had continued to play shots and completed the win in the 15th over.
De Villiers played exceptionally well and scored a terrific 71 runs off just 29 deliveries, including six boundaries and six maximums.
He was judged the Man of the Match for his outstanding knock.
He along with T20 skipper FaF Du Plessis completd a sensational nine-wicket win and also completed the clean-sweep.
Previously, England managed to score 171 before they were bowled out.
Jos Buttler was the highest scorer with 54 runs to his name. He faced 28 deliveries and hit four boundaries and four maximums in his innings. He added a valuable 96 runs for the fourth wicket.
Skipper Eoin Morgan and Joe Root also played a valuable knocks as they scored 23-ball-38, including four sixes and 17-ball-34, including four boundaries and two maximums respectively.
The visiting side lost their last six wickets in just 15 runs.
Kyle Abbott bowled well and ended his figure 3/26 from his four overs while Chris Morris and Kagiso Rabada bagged two wickets each. Leggie Imran Tahir also picked a wicket.
Tahir was judged the Player of the series for his performance in both the games.