Hashim Amla says South Africa must move on from AB de Villiers' heroics against the West Indies.
Hashim Amla does not expect to see a repeat of AB de Villiers' record-breaking heroics as South Africa go in search of a series win against the West Indies.
In the second of five one-day internationals between the two sides in Johannesburg, De Villiers smashed the fastest century in ODI history, reaching three figures off just 31 balls - five fewer deliveries than New Zealander Corey Anderson's previous mark against the Windies.
De Villiers was eventually dismissed for 149 from just 44 balls, having struck nine fours and 16 sixes as South Africa racked up 439-2 to set up a 148-run victory.
With the home side looking to gain an unassailable 3-0 lead in Wednesday's clash at Buffalo Park, Proteas captain Amla is not anticipating a similarly explosive display.
"Games like that don't happen very often, maybe once or twice in your career," he said.
"I don't think we will be placing too much emotion on it.
"It's a different mindset we come into with this game, knowing it will probably be a lot harder to bat, things might take a bit more time."
Amla and Rilee Roussouw also made a century at the Wanderers, as South Africa became the first side to have three centurions in one ODI innings.
"I have been working really hard to represent my country and I want to be successful for my country and it hasn't gone to plan the last couple of games," said Roussouw.
"Scoring my maiden ODI century was a relief and I am very happy and satisfied."
Windies head coach Stuart Williams, meanwhile, is looking to his players to display their battling qualities after a demoralising defeat on Sunday.
"It's always good when the senior players lead from the front," he said.
"If you want to win the series, for us to stay in the series, we have to show some fight.
"We came here to play a full series and there are only two games gone. It's a totally new game tomorrow and what happened in the last game is behind us."