South Africa beat England by 7 wickets and kept alive in series

englandQuinton de Kock and Hashim Amla hits Centuries and kept alive South Africa in one-day series against England as the host won the third game by seven wickets on Tuesday.
Chasing England tremendous 318-8, De Kock Amla made 135 and 127 as cruises South Africa 319-3 at SuperSport Park, the highest second innings score in one-dayers on the floor.
South Africa won with more than three overs to spare and without captain AB de Villiers, the batter leading one-day cricket. De Villiers was there at the end, but was 0 not out after facing one ball with the work already done for South Africa. FAF du Plessis was 33 not out to apply the finishing touches to a victory established by De Kock and Amla touches.
De Kock made his second century of the series and Amla batted for almost all the way through the entries for South Africa send home game day / night. He fell on the envelope before victory was confirmed when I nicked behind Chris Jordan.
De Kock century and was 10 sprint ODI 23-year-old wicketkeeper batsman. Amla was his 22nd and emphasized the return to form in the second part of the series of recent trials began.
Joe Root was above 125 for England, his best ODI score, and tourists marked another challenging number after getting a score of over 300 for the second time in three games.
Opener Alex Hales contributed 65 and Ben Stokes was typically brutal for order with his 53 of 37 balls.
fine root entries is cut short when he ran out after a mix up with Stokes. Following a straight hit that bounced off the stumps at the end of the bowler. Stokes root and then ended up in midfield, undecided about whether to go to the only bowler David Wiese and hit the ball through De Kock to be rootless.
De Kock and Amla were sublime for South Africa with its opening position 239 of track. De Kock finally fell into a loft unit in Root on top Adil Rashid (1-45) after hitting 16 fours and four sixes.
The only failure was the South African batting great SUV Wiese, who was promoted to No. 3 in an effort to get the game quickly. Wiese reached six major down the ground off spinner Moeen Ali, but was bowled trying a sweep return next ball.
But by Amla, South Africa handles the pressure of a must-win game, and chasing over 300, to pull the series back to 2-1.
The fourth game is on Friday in Johannesburg.