MILLER LEADS SOUTH AFRICA
DAVID MILLER hit a sensational century as South Africa pulled off the second highest ODI run-chase of all time yesterday in a fourwicket triumph over Australia at Kingsmead. Miller hit 118 not out off 79 balls as South Africa chased down what had been a ground record 371 for six by Australia with four balls to spare. “It took a freakish innings to win the game. It was an amazing knock,” said South African captain Faf du Plessis. David Warner and skipper Steve Smith hit centuries for Australia and seemed to have done enough to get their team back into the series after losing the first two matches of the five-game series. "I said at the toss that we needed one batsman to get a hundred and two of us did it," said Smith. "You don't lose too many games with 370 on the board but credit to South Africa. David Miller played an absolute blinder."