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Time for the presentation
Morne Morkel is the Man of the Match. He says, "Lot of work has gone in the last couple of days. Allan Donald and the whole bowling unit. Haven't changed much from last season. Just concentrated on the disciplines and basics. Special scalp, Clarke. He is a quality player. You can never count Dale out, will keep coming back in second and third spells. Lopsy has been working hard too, so big credit. Runs were always around the corner. I hope we can take the confidence from tonight. Really glad for the batting unit."
: "Our batting set the game. Graeme and Jacques set the game up, and David Miller and JO played fantastic knocks in the middle. The last game we lacked partnership, but this time the boys came out and proved what we are capable of. Always knew Graeme is an awesome player, was just a matter of time before he got us runs. We were joking earlier on about a 200 for no loss, but it's okay, it was 200 for 1. The bowlers responded superbly with their skills on this slow pitch. Durban will be a tad bit warmer, but looking forward to it."
Michael Clarke: "We were outplayed in all facets of the game. They showed how to bat on a slow track, they executed with the ball and even in the field they were much better. I am confident both Shane Watson and Shaun Marsh will be fine for the decider. Massive positive that Watto walked out to bat. The wicket was a little bit slower, but I don't think execute well."
A comprehensive win for South Africa. Fireworks go around at St George's Park. SA batted really well on this slow track, with fur men getting fifties. With Watson injured and two early wickets, it was always going to be tough. Hussey and Warner fought, but once they went it was all over, even though the inured Watson came out and hit a six and a four
The merry band goes, "Bye bye Aussies, bye bye Aussies, bye bye Aussies, we hope to see you again."
"If there's one ODI series that needs to be done away with, it's the England vs Australia next summer. England could have had another two tests against South Africa if not for that pointless series." True, Kaspar Larsen
Steyn will finish off
"Thanks Sid. Makes me feel better. Didn't think of that. Well I, along with gazillions of others have thought that. Just not right now... Will get out the stylus and write to both cricket boards immediately. Or can some technophile point me to a petition webbing site?" Pretty optimistic to think a petition might get the administrators to do what is right as opposed to what brings money. Duminy bowls from round the stumps