Led by David Miller’s stupendous hundred followed by another poor batting performance by Bangladesh, the Proteas went on to complete a 2-nil whitewash in the T20Is.
Miller scored the fastest hundred in T20I history and helped his side post 224 completely out of the blue.
The series has been a three-dimensional disaster for the visitors and they definitely need more matches outside the subcontinent to get better.
Overall, this was only the 3rd instance for Bangladesh where two spinners bowled the first two overs of an International game.
Bangladesh played the Proteas four times in T20Is and are yet to win a game against them.
Here we look at key stats and numbers ahead of the series.
"It was fun. Easy to captain a side when they are playing so well."- AB de Villiers, the stand-in captain.
South Africa blanked the Tigers in all departments and clinched the series 3-0 without much fuss.
The away side lost their ten wickets for a total of 169, to get brutally trolled by the Twitterati.
Another high-scoring game is definitely up for grabbing and a Sunday afternoon will only get better if some records are put to bed.