Luke Wright fell one run short of total perfection, but was not letting that bother him after helping England begin the defence of their ICC World Twenty20 with a 116-run win over Afghanistan.
Wright powered England to 196 for five and then needed to bowl just one over - for one run - as his colleagues saw off Afghanistan for 80 all out.
"I think it was (perfect)," Wright said as he reflected on the success which means champions England are already through to the Super Eight stage.
Stuart Broad's team were determined not to take Afghanistan lightly and simply never let up, even after Wright had hit eight fours and six sixes from just 55 balls.
"We knew how dangerous they were going to be," Wright added. "We watched their game against India and saw the dangerous batters and obviously, after the first over, to come back the way we did and then bowl them out for 80 was a superb effort."