full on leg stump clipped off the toes wide of fine leg and there's the win
5.45pm It's Gnasher back with you to close things out for today. Hopefully we'll hear from the two captains. If you want some more live cricket, the Bangladesh-Zimbabwe Test is currently going on
Aaron Finch "Disappointed, didn't play anywhere near our potential. South Africa put us on the back foot early. You never just put it to bed, it's an opportunity to learn and improve. We've been training very well. We'll review the game, keep training and look forward to Adelaide. We were a bit careless at times, attention to detail. We were off the mark slightly. Everything has to go right to defend a small total. It was going around quite a bit early on, full credit to SA they played nicely."
Faf du Plessis "Yeah, very good. Exceptional with the ball and in the field. A very good day in the office. Brilliant to have Dale back. It's good to have that x-factor in your bowling attack. I like to take the positive option. Sometimes it was tricky out there, the odd one bouncing, but they batted nicely. Dave's run out was exceptional. Nice to see the fielding click. I'd have liked us to be a little more clinical, maybe eight, nine wickets but we'll take the win."
The Man of the Match is Dale Steyn "Nice to finish a game without breaking down in Australia. It was a good wicket to bowl on. We've got some great quicks and bowled exceptionally well. The plan is to hit hard lengths, not give them too much width. I'll take any wickets I can take in one-day cricket. International cricket is a whole other beast, when you step up it's a whole other thing."
That's just about wraps things up for today. A comprehensive start for South Africa and a host of questions remain for Australia. We'll be back for the second match in Adelaide on Friday but until then it's goodbye from Andrew and Alex and thanks for joining us.
5.37pm That was clinical from South Africa. They take a 1-0 lead in the three match series. They razed the Australian top order via a stunning spell from Dale Steyn and then great follow up work from Ngidi, Rabada and Phehlukwayo. Then de Kock, Hendricks and Markram made pretty light work of the chase. Marcus Stoinis nabbed three wickets but there wasn't much else to get excited about for Australia.
edged at caught at first slip! Well bowled by Stoinis. A good length ball, just outside off, he tries to drive on the up with no footwork, it bounces a little, catches the edge and flies to Finch at first slip who catches it infront of his eyes. Three for Stoinis
Just two to win now. Stoinis continues
full outside off, squeezed out past backward point
Liahm: "I would love to see a Aus vs Bangladesh series, I think it would be close and well contested. Wouldn't be able to pick a winner"
They went 1-1 in the Tests in Bangladesh in 2017
140kph, short and wide and cut away forward of point, to the big boundary, and they run an easy three
124kph, slower ball, on middle and off, he defends on middle and off, into the leg side
139kph, full on off, he drives to mid off but it wasn't well timed and straight to the man
138kph, good length, way wide of off, and he lets it go
139kph, good length outside off, he drives on the up past cover, times this OK and they get a couple
132kph, full on off, driven firmly to mid on but he can't beat the man
125kph, back of a length outside off, he punches off the back foot wide of mid off
short ball, outside off, he rides the bounce and runs this with control down to third man
134kph, very full outside off, he drives with an open blade to backward point
Klaasen gets some time in the middle with 10 to win
chopped on! He is annoyed at this. It was short and wide, he tried to play a cut but it stayed a touch lower and held up, he got an inside edge and dragged it back onto the stumps. Markram was furious
131kph, back of a length, off stump, he defends into the gully and they think about one but decide against it
139kph, short and lifting across him, he sways underneath it comfortably and lets it pass to the keeper
136kph, yorker length, he drops the bat down and squeezer it out to backward point
137kph, wide half volley, he drives but mis times straight to cover
139kph, hint of shape into the right hander, he turns this to midwicket but can't beat the fielder
Chris: "So who gets MoM? No one took a bag, no one made much runs. Who most affected the outcome?"
Steyn will go close for his opening spell
136kph, fuller length outside off, he drives neatly between cover and mid off for a couple
137kph, middle stump, back of a length, he defends with the full face back to the bowler
Starc is back again