Levi blasts fastest ton, stitches up Kiwis: 2nd T20 (Hamilton)

Richard Levi hit the fastest Twenty20 international century as the Proteas beat New Zealand by eight wickets.

Levi reached three figures off just 45 balls, which included a record 13 sixes. The 24-year-old opener made an unbeaten 117 from 67 balls.

Martin Guptill top scored with 47, just missing out on his seventh successive international half century, as the New Zealanders set a target of 174.

2nd T20 (Hamilton), Feb 2012

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