Bangladesh Cricket Board president Nazmul Hasan said the players, managers and coaching staff would be questioned over the woeful showing
David Miller hit a 35-ball century to post a total of 224 before Bangladesh were bundled out for 141 with nine balls to spare
The hosts restricted the Tigers for 175-9 after posting 195-4 at Bloemfontein
Faf Du Plessis top scored with 91 for the South Africans before retiring hurt as they posted 369 for six, their highest ODI total against Bangladesh.
Since South Africa have already won the series, du Plessis stated that other guys will be given opportunities.
33-year old batsman smashed 176 off 104 balls before Phehlukwayo took four wickets to complete 104-run victory.
De Kock (168 not out) and Amla (110 not out) put on an unbeaten 282 to overhaul Bangladesh’s 278 for seven with 7.1 overs to spare.
After South Africa's innings win against Bangladesh, he said he and captain Faf du Plessis have already started working towards the tournament
An ordinary Bangladesh were bowled out for 172 in the second innings following on after being bowled out for 147 in the first innings
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