Mission whitewash accomplished by South Africa as the hosts have won the second T20 match by 83 runs. Bangladesh lost all wickets at 141 in 18 overs while chasing a 225-run target.
It's been an absolute hammering. Bangladesh's worst fears have come true. They suffer their second whitewash across all three formats in a bilateral series away from home this year.
Earlier, South Africa dashing top-order batsman Hashim Amla got his sedulous half-century off only 32 balls while Mohammed Saifuddin bowled the tenth over and got a breakthrough removing De Villiers in the second T20I.
South Africa scored 224 runs losing only four wickets in all 20 overs.
In the second T20, David Miller cracks his fastest T20I ton and hits nine sixes and seven fours to beat Richard Levi's 45-ball record for South Africa.
Bangladesh have one change for them - Shafiul is out and Liton Das comes in for the final game while South Africa made two changes to the XI that took the series lead in Bloemfontein.
In the play, Quinton de Kock was rested, allowing Mangaliso Mosehle an opportunity to show what he can do while Dwaine Pretorius came in for Dane Paterson.
It's literally Bangladesh’s last chance of the tour after being listless in the Tests and ODIs against the Proteas.
Bangladesh have won the toss and elected to bowl first against South Africa for the second (T20I) and final game of the tour in Potchefstroom.
Earlier South Africa have won a sixth consecutive game against Bangladesh, taking the first Twenty20 by 20 runs on Thursday.