9.44pm So, that pretty much sums it up. An incredible game, an incredible finish, and a thrilling finale to come in Cape Town on Sunday. George Dobell has the story of the night in his match report, so have a read of that. and tune in in two days' time for the finale. From myself and Alan Gardner, goodnight
9.35pm Right, time for some presentations. Here's Eoin Morgan.
"At the halfway stage it was South Africa's game to lose, Joe Root was magnificent again but we pegged it back with some great bowling. The game ebbed and flowed, but it was our game to win at the end."
"Woakesy got the ball moving around, they played out of their skin but we had chances in the field and that's the disappointing thing. But to see the fight they showed is hugely encouraging."
AB de Villiers: "We didn't need a nine-downer tonight, but what a fantastic game. Very happy at halfway, we had an opportunity to bowl them out for 150 but we thought that 260 was very chaseable. A bit naughty with my run-out and a couple of soft wickets. But I'm happy to be on the winning side and take it to Cape Town."
The Man of the Match, unsurprisingly, is Chris Morris. "A lot of work on my batting in the last few months, and just happy to take the win tonight. When Dave got out we were in a bit of strife. Luckily they dropped me and I thought, this is a chance to play cricket for your country, when it's in your arc, you can hit it."
And some. And the jolly nice chap has decided to hand over his match fee and his match award to the Pink Day coffers. He's got a few spare rand lying around his kitbag these days, but that's a lovely gesture.
9.30pm Ebb, flow, give, take, runs, wickets, cut, thrust, it's been a fantastic night, probably the best one-wicket South Africa victory at the Wanderers for ... oooh, maybe one month shy of ten years?
Anil: "Morris reminds me of Lance Klusener, specifically his exploits at the 1999 World Cup" Oh, good shout. And a happier ending too ...
Jayesh Mohan: "Men did the same as that of women. Eng women scored 262 and SA women chased that down.....what a day for he proteas!!!!!!!!!cheers!!!!"
9.25pm Tahir has his glory run with the pads on for a change, and wow, what an incredible match we have witnessed! South Africa have squared the series, from 0-2 to 2-2, with the decider at Cape Town to come. Incredible gritty resolve, with Chris Morris's 30-ball fifty turning the contest on its head. Credit too, to Tahir, for his three-wicket haul in the first instance and his calm slotting of the winning stroke too. Kagiso Rabada's four wickets were vital in snuffing out England's fightback with the bat, and let's not forget Joe Root's heroics with the bat too. His 109 ensured that we had a contest at all, after England's collapse to 108 for 6.
So, all that training at Adelaide Strikers... comes down to this
Legspinner to legspinner. Scores level. Jeepers creepers
Siva: "Some one having so hard time in eating up their words "they aren't winning the series" in reference to SA" I reiterate, that was present tense, not a prediction. But on we go, a mighty finish!
Mohd Irshad: "What is the state of mind of Rashid???" Perplexed. The game was in his hands ...
two runs. 21 balls ... someone has kept that six as a souvenir, so here comes a replacement. Surprised that doesn't happen more often ... actually, it's been coughed up now. Here we go...
Ben Stokes. Who Makes Things Happen. Needs to make things happen
krish: "Is it chuck norris or chris morris playing" ... too good, no comeback ...
Vikas Jangid: "I asked "Who is Morris?" on IPL auction day.. I got my answer this guy deserves 7 crore.. Completely stealing the game single-handedly.."
Karthik: "And, few eyebrows where raised when Morris went for more than a million in the IPL auction!" Not no more ... who knew!
What can England do here - they have no choice but to go for wickets now
Sufyan: "I think CH Morris want to justify his Price for IPL :)" If that doesn't make him feel like a rock 'n roll star, what will?
23 from 30, and the crowd is going stark raving mad ... here's Broad ...
Now then, is it time for Stuart Broad to earn his recall?
Sai: "I just saw the stefan comment and you said there like "They aren't winning the series". How can you say that as the match is not over yet?" They are 2-1 down ... QED. But it could yet be a decider at Newlands on Sunday ...