Another World Cup has come and gone for South Africa, with players and fans left breathless with disappointment following that Auckland thriller on Tuesday, and as the Proteas book their flights back home, let's have a look at the numbers.
Being a South African cricket fan is a bit like dating a really beautiful, often brilliant woman. The down side is that she's very, very shy.
Before the Proteas get to the SCG, to a venue where De Villiers made his blistering 162 not out against the West Indies, the coaches will want to take a few lessons on board after the group stage.
While the hosts were always expected to win the series, they will be especially pleased by how well the top order did, especially some of the newer players who had question marks hanging over them.
The difference between the South African Test side and the current Twenty20 outfit is the same as buying a Volvo for its performance and reliability, and then switching to a Fiat Uno that may or may not break down on the N1.
Let's take a look at how the hosts did, despite rain ruining the Port Elizabeth Test, to overcome the Caribbean visitors with relative ease. The first Test was particularly good, after a tough start, while Cape Town ended with a bang.