Australia won the second T20 against South Africa in Durban by five wickets and with two balls to spare, chasing down the 81 required in the rain-reduced seven-overs-per-side encounter at soggy Kingsmead.
Rain delayed the start of Sunday's first Twenty20 International between South Africa and Australia at St George's Park in Port Elizabeth.
The Test series between these two sides will be fresh in the minds of the fans, but not so much for the players, given most of the Australia Test side has gone home and the focused has switched to the World Twenty20.
And so one of the most tense and exciting days of Test cricket comes to an end, with Australia preventing a final day miracle as the Proteas failed to secure a draw in honour of their retired skipper.
Australia recorded a tense and deserved series win against South Africa in Cape Town on Wednesday, though the Proteas pushed the visitors to within 4.3 overs of a draw, before Ryan Harris took two quick wickets to end the game.