Relive this terrific half-century by Proteas batsman JP Duminy in the first of two T20Is against Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in 2009.
The South Africans were chasing a mammoth 183 for victory after debutant David Warner struck 89 off 43. The Proteas lost Herschelle Gibbs, AB de Villiers and Jacques Kallis with only 15 runs on the board, then it was down to Duminy to try to get his team as close as possible to the target.
A valiant 78 from 48 deliveries once again signalled his rise to the big stage after a magnificent century in the Test series against Australia just prior to the T20Is.
The Proteas would be dismissed for 130, with Duminy the only one to really trouble the Australian bowlers. Vaughn van Jaarsveld and Albie Morkel were the other two batsmen to reach double figures for the South Africans.