9.15pm So, that wraps that up. A wonderful win for South Africa, Centurion has been their fortress on this tour so far. Thanks for all your comments, have a read of George Dobell's match report, and the plays of the day, before you go. From Alan Gardner and myself, goodnight.
9.07pm Right, time for some presentations ... Eoin Morgan speaks: "Joe Root was outstanding, Alex Hales played a knock around him and going into the half-way stage I thought we were in the game."
"It's as simple as working on the basics, they had an incredible opening partnership but we didn't hit the right length. The biggest challenge for bowlers is taking wickets which creates a positive mindset.
"South Africa have come back strong but hopefully we can bounce back quickly."
AB de Villiers collects his winners' cheque. "We needed that win, the boys were up for it. A bit of urgency in the field, a bit of hunger, and we had that today, even though we haven't had the greatest series up to date.
"A little bit of local knowledge, we felt it was definitely a chasing wicket. I was going to bowl first, it's difficult to chase at night."
"Fantastic knock by both of them," he says of Amla and de Kock. "Slowly but surely we are getting back into the series."
Unsurprisingly, the Man of the Match is Quinton de Kock for his outstanding 135. "It was a matter of getting in and batting normally. Centurion does get slow but at night with a bit of dew it comes on better."
8.58pm So, what a performance from South Africa. Two outstanding hundreds from Quinton de Kock and Hashim Amla, and South Africa are suddenly back in the series. They still trail 2-1, but what a lift that chase will give the squad as they head to the Wanderers, one of their favourite one-day haunts. England thought that their total of 318 for 8 should have been ample, but it just goes to show how little wriggle-room there is in modern ODI cricket. Too many errors in that innings - two run-outs, a misfiring Morgan and a first-baller for Jos Buttler - and Joe Root's brilliant 125 wasn't sufficient to keep them in the hunt.
Saad: "Unfortunately for Jordan, he now has a series bowling average....and it's 143" How cruel
Arjuna: "Well looks like Jordan was bowling to a plan. Frustrate batsmen by bowling wides down leg side and bowl one outside off stump. IT worked. Common guys he is not that bad." Baldrick couldn't have plotted it better
So, a bit of AB love for his Centurion home crowd after all
vikki: "Hey Allan/Andrew, I forecasted that SA will win thins match by 8 wickets!!! didn't I??? " You certainly did! You were also wrong!
Mulkey: "Never mind DLS & DRS, I think Jordan should be looking at the DSS!" Zing!
Happy: "Happy is happy that SA is trying to finish this quickly, am at Sandton and it is raining heavily here..." I think DLS would be forgiving if they couldn't get to the end now ...
Bharat Dhir: "How long can one player be in the side just for his fielding? I guess we will know the answer when England decide to drop Jordan." fair point. There's always the option of taking a sniper's rifle to Reece Topley's hamstrings at the end of his spell and sending Jordan out as a sub fielder ...
Shantanu: "splendiferousness isn't a word my dear Miller. truthiness is though. So chew toothily on that but of truthiness." Cobblers. You'll be telling me that supercalifragilisticexpialidocious doesn't exist next ...