We hope you've enjoyed our coverage of this fourth one-dayer - and do join us for the fifth on Sunday. From Will Luke, Martin Williamson and Andrew Miller, it's goodnight.
He's still got one more game, of course - on Sunday for the fifth one-dayer. West Indies fought hard with the bat, but they never looked like defending that total with their bowling attack - especially with the start Graeme Smith gave South Africa. There were a few needless wickets - in fact, Gibbs, Kallis, Duminy and de Villiers' wickets were all rather sloppy - but it allowed Pollock to hit the winning runs, and who would deny him that? Not I.
A super moment for Pollock who takes off his helmet and cheers to the crowd who all applaud him. He waves to each corner of the ground and there's a shot of his absolutely gorgeous wife. He's not yet weeping, but we all are, and off he goes into the dressing room.
a wide full toss, carved past point for four! He's hit the winning runs in his final game on his home ground
OK. Here we go. He'll do it this time
another slower ball. Pollock skips down the pitch and tries to slap this through the covers but complete mistimes it
Come on, Polly
full, straight - is this it? No! It's meekly clunked to cover
hammered back to Bravo who gets a finger on it...and there's no run!
Here we go again
slower ball which raps him on his gloves! The drama, the tension, the excitement
Okay, Shaun, here you go. You can hit the winning runs. The crowd are all standing, waiting, cheering and clapping. This is his last one-dayer on his home ground here in Durban. The noise is electric
well bowled. Speared into the blockhole and it's dug out
short and ignored (not unlike my miniature mate Dan when he tries to order a pint)
nudged down to fine leg - oh, and for four! He timed that very nicely
driven to mid-on
full and straight, Boucher goes for the big mow into the stand but hammers it into his pad
patted down to third man
slow and wide of the off stump, Pollock pats it to the wicketkeeper
Right. Eight needed. Can Pollock do it in two fours?