Quinton de Kock ©  Getty Images
Quinton de Kock © Getty Images

Arafat Sunny once again provided Bangladesh the break as Quinton de Kock was dismissed for 44 after poor fielding and bowling attack were unable to stop South Africa from cruising ahead in the second Twenty20 International (T20I) against Bangladesh at Dhaka. South Africa reached 95 for the loss of one wicket after 10.3 overs. Live Cricket Blog: Bangladesh vs South Africa 2015, 2nd T20I at Dhaka

De Kock slammed four fours and two sixes as AB de Villiers remained not out on 39 from 32, slamming six fours. Sunny bowled one outside the leg and De Kock tried to knock it off towards on side but was caught by Sabbir Rahman at midwicket. He fell six short of his half-century.

Mashrafe Mortaza introduced Soumya Sarkar and got himself to bowl after Bangladesh could not restrict South Africa from steering ahead. Mortaza had already used four bowlers inside five overs. Arafat Sunny opened the bowling for Bangladesh.Nasir Hossain bowled the second over, however, he went costly, giving away eight runs in the over. Mustafizur Rahman replaced him. Although that did not make any difference as South Africa went after Bangladesh bowlers. Shakib Al Hasan bowled the fifth over of the match, giving away only five runs. Earlier, South Africa won toss and elected to bat. South Africa are 1-0 up in the two-match series. Live scorecard: Bangladesh vs South Africa, 2nd T20I at Dhaka