Kagiso Rabada was the dominant force on the final day of the fourth test match between England and South Africa.
England went to bed on day four on 52 for 3 with the hope of saving the match on the final day, with the possibility of rain coming to their assistance.
However, Rabada had other ideas.
Having already collected 7 wickets in the first innings, the twenty year old seamer bowled with cruel accuracy on the final morning and the English team capitulated for a mere 101 runs with Rabada claiming the man of the match award with his six wickets, making it a match haul of 13 wickets.
England won the series 2 to 1 but the home team would went away with some degree of satisfaction, having won the final test match in such an emphatic fashion.
Summarized scores: South Africa 475 & 248/5d
England 342 & 101 (34.4 ov)
South Africa won by 280 runs