South Africa captain Faf du Plessis has admitted that the same old errors cost his side in their defeat to Pakistan and subsequent elimination from the World Cup.
Pakistan won the toss and opted to bat first with Haris Sohail their key man as he fired 89, while Babar Azam chipped in with 69 to see them post a competitive 308-7 from their 50 overs.
In reply, the South Africa captain Faf du Plessis scored 63, but none of his Proteas team-mates managed to get beyond a half-century as they subsequently fell short on 259-9.
It leaves the 2015 semi-finalists out of the tournament with just one win – against Afghanistan – from their seven matches so far.
“It was frustrating, I feel we keep making the same mistakes over and over again,” Du Plessis told Sky Sports.
“It started with the bowling today. It was a below-par performance and 30 runs too many to concede.
“It was the same thing with the bat with some good starts and then people losing their wickets at crucial stages and being able to build partnerships.
“I feel like I’m saying the same thing over and over and it’s frustrating.”
The captain took four wickets before England closed the day on 15 without loss.
Anderson claimed three for 62 in a typically reliable stint.
Brathwaite converted his overnight 20 into the first-half century of the match from 113 balls.
The tourists had five wickets intact at tea.
Broad missed out on selection as England went with James Anderson, Jofra Archer and Mark Wood for the first Test.
Adair made his Test and ODI debuts against England last year.
England were dismissed for 204.
Holder claimed six England wickets.
Holder claimed career-best figures of six for 42 to put Ben Stokes’ side under pressure.
The hosts had resumed on 35 for one after a rain-ruined start to the series.