Jordan to du Plessis, leg byes, FOUR, Jordan continues to bowl that errant line, very full down leg, du Plessis fails to tickle and it runs away off the boot to the fine leg fence
Jordan to du Plessis, FOUR, too short and Faf took full toll of it, swiveled and beat the fielder at leg gully as he timed the pull to perfection
Stokes to Amla, FOUR, slower short delivery outside off, Amla opens the bat face and twirls his wrists on the cut, cracked it square on the off-side and South Africa are just 18 away now...
Stokes to Amla, FOUR, runs are coming freely now! Full and heading down towards leg-stump, Amla flicks elegantly and gets four in front of square on the leg-side
Jordan to du Plessis, FOUR, angled away on off-stump, sat up on a length and du Plessis comes forward to smack the punch past mid-off, sublime timing!
Jordan to du Plessis, FOUR, short and at a comfortable height for Faf, he plays a short-arm jab and threads it between backward square and fine leg, raced away!
Stokes to du Plessis, FOUR, goes wide of the crease and spears in a full delivery just outside off, with mid-off and mid-on up inside the ring Faf was always going to take the risk, gives the charge and cracks the drive past Stokes
Moeen Ali to Amla, FOUR, off the edge! Quicker and just outside off, Amla backs away to cut, the thick outside edge flies to the right of the keeper
Moeen Ali to de Kock, FOUR, drags this short and pays the price. de Kock backs away to give himself room and cuts it in the gap between backward point and short third man, no need to run for those
Topley to Amla, FOUR, banged in short and at the batsman, who swivels on the pull and even though it was in the air for a little while, it was well wide of the diving mid-wicket fielder. Trickles away to the fence yet again. 11 runs came off this over as well
Topley to Amla, FOUR, nicely done by Amla! Topley offers enough width outside off, Amla quickly picked the length and goes for the drive with hard hands, middles it and it runs away to the deep extra cover fence
Topley to de Kock, FOUR, slower short of length delivery outside off, de Kock picks the length early, waits for the ball to arrive and then heaves it wide of long-on, didn't get it off the meat but it had enough to trickle away to the fence
Topley to de Kock, FOUR, too full and the line is wrong as well, Topley bowls it on the pads and de Kock clips it in the gap at backward square leg, bisects the gap between long leg and deep square leg with sheer precision, collects another boundary. 200 of the partnership also comes up
Stokes to Amla, FOUR, length delivery just outside off, Amla brings those wrists into play, turns it past a diving mid-wicket and even though mid-on gives chase, the ball wins the race. The timing was really good on this occasion
Stokes to de Kock, FOUR, slightly short and it sits up nicely for de Kock, who rocks back and pulls it up and over mid-wicket, the fielder in the deep runs to his right but the ball easily beats him to the fence
Jordan to de Kock, FOUR, full and straight, de Kock drills it past the non-striker, hit that powerfully and got the desired outcome
Jordan to de Kock, FOUR, jeez! He's such a good puller of a cricket ball. Slower short delivery outside off, de Kock fetches the pull from there and it landed inches inside the boundary ropes. TV umpire checks to find out if it was a six but he was quick to spot the bounce before the ropes...
Jordan to Amla, FOUR, class! Realised that there was no third man and just opened the bat face to glide a short ball to the fence, clever batting that...
Adil Rashid to de Kock, FOUR, short and QDK was quick to pick the length, jumped back and pulled it to the deep square leg fence, that was timed to perfection
Moeen Ali to de Kock, FOUR, de Kock continues to impress! It was a slider, went on with the arm and was right in the slot for de Kock - he went down on one knee and smashed the sweep airily to the left of the square leg umpire
Moeen Ali to de Kock, FOUR, short and asking to be hit, de Kock rocks back and muscles the pull over mid-wicket, no one in the deep and it's an easy boundary
Moeen Ali to de Kock, FOUR, slower short delivery outside off, de Kock chops it past backward point and finds the fence. The key was to play it late and de Kock just did that. Put it away superbly despite the ball keeping a tad low
Stokes to Amla, FOUR, short delivery on the stumps, Amla pulls it to deep backward square leg, Rashid ran across from fine leg and put in the dive and missed it altogether, his knee got stuck in the ground and allowed the ball to go through his legs. Stokes isn't impressed with the effort. Shakes his head
Jordan to Amla, FOUR, Amla is playing on the bowler's mind, gets across a long way yet again and flicks this fullish delivery outside off all along the ground to the deep backward square leg fence. Two strokes on either side of the wicket and that should cause more doubts in the Jordan's mind
Jordan to Amla, FOUR, fullish delivery outside off, Amla moves a long way across and drives it on the up, the ball races across the turf and beats a ring of fielders on the off-side. He played with Jordan there
Topley to de Kock, FOUR, de Kock has played the shot of the innings so far. Too full with no swing or seam movement, de Kock got forward, showed the full face of the bat and drilled it towards Amla who allowed himself to be nutmegged by the ball. That is a high class stroke and Mark Boucher on air sums it up aptly - when he says that, "almost like a left-handed Sachin Tendulkar." High elbow and all that. Held the pose for the cameramen too
Topley to de Kock, FOUR, harmless short ball around hip-height, de Kock rocks back and dismisses the pull to deep backward square leg, rocketed off the bat
Topley to de Kock, FOUR, Topley overpitches outside off and de Kock takes full toll of it. Bent his back knee as it touched the ground, caressed through cover. No-one moved as the ball sped away
Willey to Amla, FOUR, wrong line and length, on the pads, Amla went back and nudged that past short fine, inside the ring, once he beat Rashid it was four
Willey to Amla, FOUR, that is hit with force yet Amla looked so silky. Willey went a bit too full and Amla got forward to wrist that wide of a diving mid-off. The wrists took over and that enabled the ball to speed off the turf. Moeen Ali's dive was a despairing one
Topley to de Kock, FOUR, that's a thick inside edge but de Kock will get four. Angled in and de Kock was looking to drive, the thick inside edge ran away behind square
Topley to Amla, FOUR, he failed to hit the gap last ball, but this time opens the face of the bat on the square drive and gets it through cover-point. Point had no chance. When he is in form, those drives flow from Amla's bat
Willey to de Kock, FOUR, two class boundaries in that over. Similar drive to the one that got him off his mark. On a length and outside off, de Kock got forward and timed it on the up, wide of cover, the ball kept the chasing fielders interested but had enough to cross the ropes. That's a good start for South Africa in pursuit of a record chase
Willey to de Kock, FOUR, de Kock is off the mark. With a glorious drive. On the rise, leant forward and stroked it through cover. That should set him on his way
Stokes to du Plessis, SIX, BAAAAAAANG! Just one hit away now. du Plessis makes full use of the free-hit, length delivery in the slot and he wallops this over the long-on fence, cleared the front leg and hit that powerfully
Moeen Ali to Amla, SIX, shot! Bent his front knee and smashed this lofted drive over extra cover, all timing on that occasion and it went straight into the grass banks
Moeen Ali to Wiese, SIX, Wiese goes downtown! Comes down the track to get to the pitch of the ball and he smashes the loft over long-off, came right off the screws and it clears the fence easily
Willey to Amla, SIX, what a strike! Amla goes right across and Willey fires it on leg stump line, Amla just plays the pick-up shot and nails it to perfection, there was a man at fine leg but he was a mere spectator, cleared him easily
Willey to de Kock, SIX, that's been smashed! Banged in short and on the leg stump line, de Kock had all the time in the world as he rocks back and pulls it magnificently over the deep backward square leg fence
Adil Rashid to de Kock, SIX, full toss outside off, de Kock biffs it nonchalantly, crashed straight into the boundary boards at wide long-off fence
Moeen Ali to de Kock, SIX, see you tomorrow! Gets down on one knee and slog-sweeps this flighted delivery high and handsome into the deep mid-wicket stands
Jordan to de Kock, SIX, that is some stroke from de Kock. On a back of a length delivery just outside off, de Kock picks the length early and pulls it way into the stands at deep square leg. The key was the quickness of feet and de Kock spotted the length and then sent it soaring into the crowd. Looked so nonchalant when he played that. Effortless hit
Moeen Ali to Amla, 1 run, there it is! Amla's 22nd ODI ton! He goes right across and flicks this quicker delivery to the right of a diving mid-wicket, takes his helmet off and raises his bat to acknowledge the applause from the crowd
Stokes to de Kock, 1 run, there it is! QDK - you little ripper. Off comes the helmet and the dressing room stand to applaud the effort. He made batting look so easy and I'm pretty sure he has a bigger role to play in the future of South African cricket. He gets to his landmark with a pull through square leg. It is also his 10th ODI ton
Jordan to de Kock, no run, length delivery sprayed down leg, de Kock fails to get bat on the leg-glance. The ball brushed the pad en route to the keeper. Buttler was confident as there was some sound but it was off the pad. Morgan went up immediately but it proved to be a waste of a review. England have no more reviews left now...
Adil Rashid to Amla, 1 run, fifty for Amla. It has been a knock of patience from him, punched this to the left of cover and scampered across for a quick single
Moeen Ali to Amla, 1 run, flatter and on the pads, Amla comes down the track and flicks it to deep mid-wicket, gets the 100-run stand for the duo
Moeen Ali to de Kock, 1 run, shortish delivery on the stumps, de Kock makes room and punches it to sweeper cover, fifty for de Kock
Topley to de Kock, no run, what happened there? Direct hit from Rashid at short fine and de Kock would've been gone. It was flicked to the left of Rashid, de Kock took a few steps down and had given up, Rashid though missed