South Africa beat Australia by those 492 runs in the fourth Test, marking the fourth-biggest victory by any team in terms of runs in the 2,302 matches yet played in the format. "Who else have we got to take their position?" "It might be a coffee".
"I thought we were going to be a hell of a lot better than what we were". There was little batting resistance and that only lasted 16.4 overs, adding just 31 runs.
Meanwhile, it is also South Africa's first-ever home Test series win over Australia their re-admission in 1991 - and the first since Ali Bacher's iconic team of 1969-70.
"This means a lot to us", South Africa captain Faf du Plessis said.
With a historic series win over Australia, South Africa bid adieu to their fast-bowler Morne Morkel, who brought an end to his 11-year-long worldwide career.
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"South Africa were outstanding. they outplayed us".
"The guys were extremely motivated to turn it around - I've never seen us more motivated - and our cricket has been wonderful".
Du Plessis made his first major contribution of the series after making only 55 runs in his first seven innings.
Or anywhere but Melbourne or Sydney‚ or other places where they will encounter Australians asking them what had gone so badly wrong. He is a really special guy on and off the field.
This is the first time the Proteas have beaten Australia in the longest format at home, after seven attempts, since South Africa came back into worldwide cricket from isolation in 1992. The three highest run-scorers of the series were South Africans.
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The Wolverines have made a shift in recent years, transforming into one of the nation's best defensive teams. The phrasing came off as odd because no tweets came from DiVincenzo's account on Monday.
Rabada would go on to take 23 wickets in the series to claim the Man of the Series award, and the paceman summed up his skipper perfectly when addressing the media after the win at the Wanderers.
Australia peppered South Africa with verbals in that match, during which Nathan Lyon was charged by the match referee for his "disrespectful" ball drop celebration after completing Warner's run out of de Villiers.
South Africa need a draw to secure a first home series over Australia since 1970, with the tourists having been rocked by the ball-tampering scandal in which former captain Steve Smith, his deputy David Warner and batsman Cameron Bancroft were sent home after the third test in Cape Town.
"It is going to be a different style than a lot of the guys are used to, but I think we will find it pretty quickly".
Pat Cummins - who had nine wickets and a half-century in the match - has proven himself to be a very capable lower-order batsman, but his premature arrival at the crease was testament to South Africa's excellent start to the final day.
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A strong cold front looks to pass through the area bringing us a good chance for showers and even a few strong to severe storms. Despite the snow coming to an end, sloppy road conditions will continue into the morning hours and impact the morning commute.
The meek surrender, which came after Paine fought incredibly hard on day three while batting with a broken thumb, capped one of Australia's most-incredible tours. I enjoyed warm-ups, I enjoyed everything. "For the first time, I could feel like all eleven guys were really looking forward to the next game to try and make a play in the series".
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