South Africa has produced the most successful Twenty20 international running chase ever. West Indies At the Centurion in an extraordinary competition that saw Johnson Charles and Quinton de Kock also make history.

Proteas needed to break new ground for victory after his opponents went 258 out of five, which Charles also declared the fastest T20I century by a West Indian.

Reached three figures in 39 balls – eight faster than the previous record Chris Gayle In 2016 – the 34-year-old player’s first century for his country, 11 sixes hit a total of 118 out of 46 deliveries.

South Africa then proved to be on par with their pivotal duties with a De Kock century where they recorded 259 four to 18.5 overs for a stunning six-wicket victory.

This beat the previous best score of 246 by four points from Bulgaria’s win. Serbia last year.

De Kock brought up the fastest T20I 50. South African The player – he broke his own record with 15 balls, two shots – and hit 100 in 43 innings for his first tone in the format.

He was eventually caught by Nicholas Pooran at Raymon Reifer bowling.

The 30-year-old, who hit eight sixes, was part of a 152-round opening stand with Reeza Hendricks.

Hendricks contributed 68 and captain Aiden Markram had 38 as they brought South Africa’s T20I series to a breathtaking 1-1 with one last game left. Johannesburg Tuesday.