Shot of the day

It might seem odd, in an innings that included 29 fours and 17 sixes, to pick out one shot, but there was a blow by Hashim Amla towards the end of his hundred that verged on the extraordinary. Reaching out for a wide delivery from Andre Russell, he was at full stretch when he connected but still managed the slice the ball clean over wide third man. AB de Villiers was having the day off - he would have been proud of the shot.

Come-down of the day

Russell was the hero in Port Elizabeth with his match-winning batting - it wasn't such a good day this time. Having bowled five overs for a semi-respectable 32, his sixth over was dispatched for 28 as Rilee Rossouw found top gear. Russell did not help himself, either, as he sent down two no-balls and a wide. His final tally of 3 for 85 was the most expensive analysis for a West Indies bowler who sent down eight overs or fewer in an innings - and the fifth worst for any team - and also the fifth worst for any West Indian spell (with three coming in this series).

Review of the day

It can be risky to use up the single review available in a one-day innings so early, but South Africa had no doubt about asking for the third umpire to have a look at the first ball of the innings after Chris Gayle played at a wide ball from Kyle Abbott. Those behind the wicket were convinced there was an edge and although there was no Hot Spot in this series the evidence of Snicko was enough to send Gayle packing.

Repeat of the day

Marlon Samuels and running do not always go well together. For the fourth time in this series he was involved in a mix-up and on this occasion it was his partner, Narsingh Deonarine, who paid the price. Such was Deonarine desperation to try and reach the crease that he lost his bat, but would still have struggled to beat the throw. As his team-mates fly to Australia, he heads back to West Indies as he is not part of the World Cup squad.