Australia had almost assured of victory in the last ball of the day. On the fifth day guests did not take a lot of time to get formalities. South Africa's innings lasted just 22 balls. Australia won the first Test by 118 runs in four-match series
Kings XI started the day with 293 runs on 9 wickets in South Africa. The hosts needed 124 runs in the last day to win. 5 runs in the second innings Josh Hazlewood ended the match with a long-drawn resistance to Quinton de Kock, LBW.
The previous day, 81 runs with two runs added and de Coke returned. South Africa scored a target of 417 runs to set a target of 298 runs. Australia's left-arm pacer Mitchell Starc won the match with five wickets for 34 runs in the first innings and 4 for 75 in the second innings. The second Test will begin next Friday at St. George's Park in Port Elizabeth.