Mason Crane took the key wicket of AB de Villiers as he attempted to knock the young leggie out of the attack. Pursuing 182 to win, it looked pretty clear, after just five overs, that the visitors would struggle to chase down what was a slightly below par target.
England had lost wickets in a clump at the end of their innings after the 200 mark had been brought easily within range following a breathtaking 78 from debutant, the 30 year old, Dawid Malan.
Sadly for the youngster Liam Livingstone, he again failed to look even vaguely reminiscent of international class. I repeat - the T20 format is not his game.
So England have now beaten a strong South African outfit in both the 50 overs competition and the T20. The four match test series now awaits and begins on the 6th of July and the South African side will not contain the magnificent AB de Villiers!