Relive this spectacular innings by AB de Villiers in South Africa’s high-scoring performance against India during the fifth and decisive ODI in Mumbai in 2015.
With the series locked at 2-2, it was all to play for as the Proteas batted first under extremely hot and humid conditions.
Centuries by Quinton de Kock and Faf du Plessis provided De Villiers with the perfect platform to accelerate the Proteas’ innings.
Instead, he produced one of the great and typical AB de Villiers’ innings that had even the Indian crowd on its feet chanting his name.
The right-hander struck 119 off only 61 deliveries – 11 sixes and three fours at a strike rate of 195 – as the Proteas posted 438-4 in their 50 overs.
In response, Virat Kohli’s team were dismissed for 224, handing South Africa a massive 214-run victory as well as the series win.