George Munsey's brutal assault set up a 15-run series decider win for Scotland against Oman.
Munsey clubbed 9 sixes and 7 fours on his way to a whirlwind 96 from 43 balls, powering Scotland to a match winning total of 303 for 5.
He shared a fourth wicket partnership of 141 from just 70 balls with Richie Berrington, who hit an unbeaten 72 from 80 balls (3 fours, 3 sixes).
Calum MacLeod (64) also hit a half century, while there were early contributions from skipper Kyle Coetzer (27) and Matt Cross (23) in an opening stand of 51.
The hosts battled bravely, and managed to get within 15 runs but were always a little behind the rate, despite nine players reaching double figures.
Sandeep Goud top scored with 49 and Fayyaz Butt chipped in with 45 as they finished on 288 for 8.
Safyaan Sharif took 3 for 65, while Berrington completed an excellent all-round match with two wickets.
An excellent series for both sides, with Scotland completing a series win to go alongside victory in the T20 Quadrangular.
The real winners though are Oman who hosted the teams successfully, and showed remarkable character and resilience to bounce back after the humiliation of being skittle for just 24 runs.