Team India scored only 133 runs in 20 overs against South Africa and the Indian batsmen had taken wickets in the beginning and got India back in the match, but Aidan Markram and David Miller won their team on the basis of their half-centuries. Gave. Markram was dismissed with a half-century, but David Miller remained unbeaten on 59 off 46 balls. Miller also got two lives in the beginning when he was playing on 12 and 15. Kohli first dropped his catch, then he missed a simple run out from captain Rohit Sharma.
After this, David Miller played a good inning and during this, he also hit 3 sixes and 4 fours. David Warner, on the basis of his innings, now remains at number one in the list of most runs in the last 5 overs of T20 International cricket. Before David Miller, this record was recorded in the name of Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Mahi is currently at number two. Miller has so far scored 1135 runs in the last 5 overs in T20 International cricket while MS Dhoni scored 1014 runs in the last 5 overs of T20 cricket during his career.
Most runs in last five overs in T20 Internationals:
1135 - David Miller (176.79 strike rate)
1014 - MS Dhoni (152.02)
971 - Virat Kohli (193.42)
954 - Shoaib Malik (168.55)
867 - Najibullah Zadran (184.86)
Miller breaks Joe Butler's record
David Miller broke Jos Buttler's record for most sixes in T20 International cricket. He has hit 103 sixes in 95 innings so far while Jos Buttler has hit 101 sixes in 91 innings.
Most sixes in T20Is-
182 sixes - R Sharma (137 innings)
173 sixes - M Guptill (118)
124 sixes - Chris Gayle (75)
125 sixes - Aaron Finch (103)
120 sixes - Eoin Morgan (107)
115 sixes - Virat Kohli (104)
115 sixes - Pal Starling (118)
111 sixes - Evin Lewis (52)
107 sixes - Kalin Munro (62)
105 sixes - David Warner (97)
103 sixes - Glenn Maxwell (88)
103 sixes - David Miller (95)
101 sixes - Jos Buttler (91)