and he's done it! A beautiful, calm flick from Botha through midwicket brings him four and, with it, the match for South Africa
We'll be back on Sunday for the first one-dayer at Durban. Do join us then.
And there aren't too many celebrations going on in the dug-out. The mood is certainly one of relief - if not a great escape - and they should never have made it so difficult for themselves. New Zealand never gave up - even when all seemed lost - and, although it is yet another loss on their tour of South Africa, they did show encouraging fielding and form with the ball.
3 needed from 2
Smith's laughing his head off in the dug-out
Botha pulls, but top-edges it over the wicketkeeper! He can't get to it, McCullum, and nor can Styris - both of them swarming on the spiralling ball like a pair of wasps, but they just can't get to it in time. What a mess it is out there!
A discussion between bowler, captain and a couple of others. What can Botha do?
New Zealand are all over them now; all over them like a rash. They're absolutely buzzing, as are the crowd.
de Villiers cracks this over the top - will it go all the way? No, it falls short and they can only get a single
Even by their own high standards, this is a choke of epic proportions from South Africa
cut to short third man again who lines up a throw. There's a mix-up between the batsmen and Vincent, at the non-striker's end, collects the ball and shatters the stumps to dismiss Philander!
This is thrilling stuff
full toss which he guides to short third man who fields. The non-striker is halfway down the pitch; third man throws down the stumps, misses, and the batsman throws himself back behind the line!
Seven needed from the final over. An exciting end to a match which South Africa really ought to have wrapped up easily by now
close! Very close to getting an inside edge here
he tries to late-cut this - a cry of catch it, but it falls short of a short third man. Good grief, why are South Africa even in this position? They've made a right hash of it
Mid-off comes back. Five in the circle
43 balls for his first Twenty20 fifty. He just needs to see South Africa home, now...
and he smacks this straight down the ground. He won't get four, but it was well timed nevertheless
de Villiers is on 49
ooh and he's almost turned around here, and gets a leading edge to long-off
outside the off stump, he shuffles across and works it to leg
dug out to cover
he stands tall and punches it to long-on for another simple single
a neat paddle down to fine leg, who is a little square and jogs around to save four
worked to long-on for an easy single
well bowled. Nice and full, swinging into the new batsman who clunks it back to him
gone, beaten by the offie! Morkel mistimes it straight to Vettori at cover. A wasteful stroke, frankly
Morkel lines up a massive smite but instead works it to midwicket
Styris is into the attack
pushed to leg for a single
again he's beaten - that could so easily have been dragged onto his stumps
but here's the big hit from Morkel with a Klusener-like pull for six over midwicket. Pure, ugly power