The fourth ODI between Australia and South Africa was a thriller at the MCG on Friday, with the hosts ending up the winners by three wickets as Steve Smith's century saw them chase down the 268 required.
Despite losing the ODI series against Australia four-one Down Under, South Africa skipper AB de Villiers insists his side is the better unit, even though the Aussies are now the number one-ranked side in the format.
South African wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock and Australia's Aaron Finch, James Faulkner and Steven Smith were the big movers on the latest One Day International (ODI) player rankings, which were released on Monday.
Australia wrapped up their ODI series against South Africa with yet another victory, winning the fifth game in Sydney by two wickets to seal the series four-one, and also take the number one ODI ranking off India.
South Africa captain AB de Villiers was left frustrated by Australia batsman Steve Smith's antics in the third ODI in Canberra, with De Villiers saying that trying to contain Smith was a 'captain's nightmare'.