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Quinton de Kock 107 - Australia vs South Africa 5th ODI 2014 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - Quinton de Kock 107 - Australia vs South Africa 5th ODI 2014

Watch the highlights of Quinton de Kock 107 - Australia vs South Africa 5th ODI 2014 - South Africa tour of Australia 5-match one-day international series of the 5th ODI match played between South Africa and Australia at Sydney in 23rd November 2014.

Stunning half-centuries from Aaron Finch, Shane Watson and Steve Smith after Pat Cummins three-wickets helped to Australia thrilling two-wicket victory over South Africa, despite a Quinton de Kock's century and seal the series 4-1 in the five-match series.

* Australia will enter the World Cup year ranked as the game's top ODI team following a fourth win in 5-matches over a sloppy South Africa at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

South Africa scored 280-6 in 50 overs with top scorer by Quinton de Kock 107 - which was his 6th ODI hundred, Farhaan Behardien scored 63 off 41-balls including 7-fours and 2-sixes, Rilee Rossouw struck 51 off 71 deliveries included five boundaries, Hashim Amla and Wayne Parnell each scored 18-runs.

Australia best bowler by Pat Cummins picked up 3-wickets, Steve Smith, Glenn Maxwell and James Faulkner each took one-wickets.

Australia chased 275-8 in 47.1 overs and revised target of 275 off 48-overs due to by the second of two brief showers for the day.

Australia top scorer by Shane Watson struck 82 off 93-balls including 7-fours and 2-sixes, Aaron Finch scored 76 off 67-balls included 11-fours, Steve Smith cracked 67 off 74-balls with six-fours and a six.

South Africa best bowler by Robin Peterson claimed four-wicket haul for 32-runs in 6.1 overs, Morne Morkel took 2-wickets and one for Wayne Parnell - Kyle Abbott.

Quinton de Kock named Player of the match for his spectacular batting display of scoring 107-runs knocked off facing 123-balls including 14-fours.

Steve Smith earned player of the series for his brilliant batting performance to contributed 254-runs including two-fifties and a century with batting average of 84 in four-innings.