England suffer a one-day series defeat at the hands of South Africa, having lost the Cape Town decider by five wickets.
AB de Villiers struck a century to help South Africa to a 3-2 one-day series triumph over England in Cape Town this afternoon.
The Proteas, who levelled the series with a one-wicket win on Friday, were left chasing 237 for victory in the decider.
Alex Hales piled on 112 runs for England earlier in the day, but it was too little to truly trouble the hosts who won with five wickets to spare during their response.
South Africa were reduced to 22-3 by Reece Topley at one stage, but De Villiers's tally of 101 - his 24th ODI ton - and a further 59 runs provided by Hashim Amla proved to be England's undoing.
Only twice before has a five-match ODI series been won from two behind.