After their 5-0 whitewash of Australia, senior cricket writer Zahier Adams rates our Proteas heroes out 10.
The unlikely figure of Cape Cobras captain Omphile Ramela broke the back of the Knights second innings with his left-arm spin.
Despite his poor one-day series, Dale Steyn is still the Proteas' number-one bowler in Test cricket.
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5-0! Remember the scoreline, for it is the first time in the history of Australian ODI cricket that the world champions suffered such humiliation.
SA captain Faf du Plessis could not be more proud of the Proteas for their amazing 5-0 drubbing of Australia.
The Proteas made history by handing Australia their first-ever 5-0 ODI series defeat after winning the final ODI at Newlands by five wickets.
Stiaan van Zyl and Aviwe Mgijima ensured that the Cape Cobras stayed in the game on day two of their Sunfoil Series clash against the Knights.
The fact that Proteas captain Faf du Plessis won the toss at Newlands on Wednesday and chose to bat first was just the outcome JP Duminy needed.
Rilee Rossouw and JP Duminy combined perfectly at Newlands to ensure the Proteas posted a competitive 327/8 in the fifth and final ODI.
Proteas skipper Faf du Plessis won the toss and chose to bat first, which is normally the way to go for a day-night international at Newlands.
They say timing is everything, and Keshav Maharaj would probably be the first agree, says Lungani Zama.
The Cape Cobras reduced the Knights to 178/6 before tea, but a lower-order onslaught saw the home team end on 342 all out in 79.2 overs.
Proteas skipper Faf du Plessis says Australia can’t compete with his men as the teams get ready to face off at Newlands.