Nothing quite seems to be impossible for David Miller.
Even after the optimistic South African has been out of form the entire Big Bash.
When Hobart Hurricanes required more than two a ball, then three a ball and in the final over it reached four, Miller was counting down to the end to get his adopted side home in Launceston.
"It is always obviously disappointing," Miller said.
"I mean just looking back it was a nice, flowing game for me batting, of course.
"The third-last ball was a full toss and I clocked it to cow corner. I think had that had gone, we would have needed 13 off three, so a different game there."
Miller had hit half of his 90 runs that came off 48 balls in the final 15 balls he faced at the death.
It proved a fair mission to get within 10 runs of Adelaide Strikers when at no stage did his side lead the run rates.
"There's always a lot of things going through your head," Miller said.
"We needed 14 [an over], but if you get seven or eight just one over, it up to 15 or 16.
"But a big over, it comes back to 12 or 13 an over.
"I just thought to myself to try and play positive and give ourselves the best chance.
"You're bound to go out at some stage and fortunately I didn't go out today, but your mindset has to be the right way because anything at the back end proves this game can be ridiculous.
"I've seen a lot of games been won when just nobody thinks they're going to win."
The 30-year-old said he has not panicked at any stage during his Australian stint.
But frustrated is one word that comes to mind.
In a quirk of fate, Miller scored more runs at UTAS Stadium on Sunday that in his previous nine innings.
"It's not too much pressure for me, personally, but I have been a bit frustrated to be totally honest," he said.
"I've just let myself down in a few areas, but there has also been other times where that I haven't had the greatest opportunity and times when I have had good opportunities I haven't scored.
"So it's been a little bit up and down for me, has been frustrating, but good time come out and smack a few and hopefully I finish strong."
Miller admitted his latest turnaround of fortunes was bittersweet among a loss that could now sink the Hurricanes' finals aspirations.
Lying back in second-last spot, last season's minor premiers still remain a faint chance of reaching the new final-five format.
They sit just three points outside and need two of three rivals to not win more than one remaining game.
"I think we needed to win that - I don't know the table at the moment to be honest," Miller said.
"If we win the next three, I think we will have to rely on others to give us some hope."
Subscriptions are available here.
Sign up to our Sport email here.