10.20pm Here's the presentation.
Heinrich Klaasen is the Man of the Match: "Unbelievable feeling, the best feeling in my career. 100% nervous. Have done it before in amateur cricket. I just want to play, thought I had to open today."
Aiden Markram: "Super relieved to have got over the line today. To be able to pressure on the Indians is a good feeling. A blessing in disguise to have that break to break their momentum. It worked out well, happy to restrict them to 290. The message was to put fear aside and go out and express ourselves. We're going to keep fighting, still not at our absolute best, but one step at a time."
Virat Kohli: "The second innings, we got a difference of 35 between runs and balls. It became a T20 game. No-balls are fine lines. SA pulled through, they deserved to win, we didn't. The pitch got faster in the evening, the guys didn't settle in the second half. The ball was a bit wet, not too wet, our spinners got a bit of turn, they improvised and it came off. The game got shorter and it worked in their favour, having to go after the bowlers."
10.05pm The Wanderers has thrown up another spectacle. Another one in pink. South Africa nail their chase of 202 inside 26 overs to get their first ODI win of the series, and keep this six-match series alive. Two big moments in this game: the lightning break in the first innings and Chahal's no-ball in the second: the latter one was arguably much more significant, because it was the difference between Miller freeing himself up and SA five down with plenty to get. However, those are the margins that cricket deals with. And you have to get in line with those margins to turn up on the right end.
The smiles on the South African faces are back, captain Markram is pumped. AB's return has transformed this time from timid to bold. And it showed. The approach, and the game situation, where they needed to score plenty, and the wet outfield, worked right in their favour against wristspin. More than Rand 1.65 million has been raised today for a great cause, but the cricket has not disappointed today either.
All of this means South Africa have a sense of how to go about the rest of this series. They have an approach, and more importantly, the confidence in their personnel. Heinrich Klaasen and David Miller played match-defining hands, while AB de Villiers and Hashim Amla played morale-boosting cameos.
But India were so close. They will feel they had this. They will feel that the series was right there, within reach, but they have let this one slip. It was set up by another fine hundred from Shikhar Dhawan, and another sublime contribution from Virat Kohli. But their wristspinners were taken apart tonight: 11.3-0-119-3. That's the risk you take with this form of cricket, and Kohli knows it. It has worked for three ODIs, and not for one, so nothing wrong with their method.
WATCH - Phehlukwayo's winning six (Available in the Indian subcontinent).
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Zaka: "The AB sixes did the trick. The wrist spinners were neutralised for the first and last time. All the psychological impact is gone. "
Yashas Sridhara: "If I was an administrator wanting South Africa to win a World Cup... I would convert all their knockouts to pink "
The field comes in.
WATCH -Chahal finally gets Miller. (Available in the Indian subcontinent).
WATCH - Kuldeep costs India four runs (Available in the Indian subcontinent).
19 off 20
Chetan Dugar: "Chahal got Miller out thrice in the game?" No, just once.
26 off 24. A dawdle, but so high is the intensity that the game can change at any point.
Sam: "Only way India can win this is to bowl SA out. With a wet outfield and Klaasen still out there, its pretty one-sided at the moment."
Phehlukwayo, still not Morris, to keep the left-right combination going.
End of a match-changing stand: 72 they added
"Samne nai marega," says Dhoni (he won't hit straight)
India now need to make a play: a wicket, a string of dots, or both. SA need 35 off 30, seven RPO. Both batsmen have hit four fours and a six. Chahal.