With bowlers like Stuart Broad (5-23) and Andrew Flintoff ripping into and destroying the South African top-order batsmen, England, in this state, look unbeatable.
South Africa had trouble from the start, with Herschelle Gibbs (10), Graeme Smith (9) and Jacques Kallis (6) all struggling to score. These batsmen are normally more reliable than the number 3 bus in totting up the runs, but today they had no answers for the England bowlers.
When Andre Nel, the tailender, is the top scorer of the innings with 13, it becomes pretty obvious that it has been England's day so far. And to bowl out the second best One Day side (England are a measly sixth) in 23 overs for 83 runs is pretty remarkable.
Ian Bell and Matt Prior came out to bat with the only obstacle being trying to finish off the run-chase before tea at 6pm. This they did with relative ease, only needing 14 overs to finish the game and win by 10 wickets.