South Africa 251 (de Kock 94, du Plessis 57, Thisara 3-26) beat Sri Lanka 138 ( Oshada 31, Rabada 3-43, Ngidi 2-14, Nortje 2-25) by 113 runs.
Sri Lanka won the toss and elected to bowl first. The South African opening pair got off to a flier with de Kock getting to his half-century from only 36 deliveries.
De Kock was the aggressor, finishing the first powerplay at a run rate of almost eight. Hendricks was the first to fall, caught from a well-directed Lasith Malinga bouncer.
De Kock kept up the tempo but was dismissed six runs short of a century by Thisara Perera. Perera again accounted for the inform Rassie van der Dussen in his next over for only two runs.
Faf du Plessis would be the only resistance in the middle overs with South Africa losing six wickets for only 31 runs. South Africa bowled out for 251 in 45.1 overs.
Sri Lanka did not get to a start which they would have wanted losing opener Dickwella, the latter being Rabada’s 100th victim in ODI cricket.
The Sri Lankan batsman never looked comfortable with the pace from the South African seamers with Rabada bowling a couple of deliveries at over 150kph!
Anrich Nortje was bowling with more pace and control in comparison to his Wanderers performance dismissing Kusal Perera with the first delivery of his spell.
Nortje bowled seven consecutive overs constantly bowling in the mid 140kph in the process accounting for Mendis (run out) and Oshada Fernando (LBW). Sri Lanka went from 116-5 to 138 all out losing 5-33 in 6 overs.
MAN OF THE MATCH: Quinton de Kock (South Africa)