After a third consecutive T20 match, England swept the series 3–0 against South Africa. England thrashed hosts South Africa by nine wickets in the final third T20 match of the series, which ended just after midnight on Tuesday.

                           
England chased down South Africa's 192-run target in 17.4 overs, losing just one wicket.

England fast bowler James Anderson is credited with dismissing Kohli more times in Tests.

David Malan (99 not out off 47 balls; 11 fours, 5 sixes) and Jas Butler (67 not out off 46 balls; 3 fours, 5 sixes) set a new world record by adding an unbeaten 167 for the second wicket.

Kohli was knocked out 8 times by Anderson. England's Graeme Swann also knocked out Kohli 8 times.

Malan and Butler set a new record of 166 for Jayawardene - Sangakkara (Sri Lanka - 2010 against West Indies).

 Overall, the ODIs and Tests combined put the Kiwis' fast bowler Tim Southee out 10 times. Team India will play three T20s and four Tests in the upcoming Sudhirshah series.

Earlier, South Africa scored 191 for 3 in 20 overs. Du Plessis (52 not out off 37 balls; 5 fours, 3 sixes), van der Dusen (74 not out off 32 balls; 5 fours, 5 sixes) were the standouts.