Rilee Rossouw and Quinton de Kock put on an absolute clinical performance to hammer Bangladesh by 90 runs

Rilee Rossouw and Quinton de Kock put on an absolute clinical performance to hammer Bangladesh by 90 runs
The South Africa team put up a strong fight against the Bangladeshis in their T20 World Cup match at Sydney'sknown as "The SCG". Their 168-run partnership broke records set by Sri Lankan legends Kumar Sangakkara and Mahela Jayawardene who had previously topped off 166 runs together for second wicket during 2010 tournament.

This time around, De Kock (51) alongside with Rossouw registered highest partnership ever seen within this format of game when they faced just 18 deliveries from both sides before being dismissed out after 15 overs bowled down Toshif Carter yet still managed top score despite losing 2nd Mrs Example

In the third over of South Africa's innings, Taskin bowled two no-balls and de Kock hit him for a six. This sparked an attack by left handed batsmen who reached 63/1 after 11 overs thanks to their great hitting powerplays during which time Rossouw also hit two sixes against Shakib Al Hasan (21 runs).

The duo broke a long-standing record for any wicket in T20 history with their 168 run partnership, which also included the highest score by an opener during this World Cup.

South Africa's record-breaking partnership in T20 World Cup was with Herschelle Gibbs and Justin Kemp who had put on 120* during their inaugural edition back when it first started. The duo dispatched the ball 14 times over fence while de Kock went after 11 shots that hit towards him, but he eventually ended up taking 15thover before scoring his century - which is why Proteas lost this game by 4 runs!

Rossouw's century came off 52 balls and he sent the ball for a towering six before Shakib put an end to his scintillating innings. This is what we in South Africa call "a big-hitting display," which also made him only one of two players (together with Stephen Fleming) from full member teams who have smashing back-to2tailed hundreds during this tournament!

South Africa lost momentum in the death overs on a two-paced wicket and just about managed to cross 200 runs. They ended up with 205/5, which is one of their highest scores so far at this World Cup!