England wrapped up a 3-0 T20I series whitewash against South Africa, after a comprehensive nine wicket victory at Capetown on Tuesday.

After South Africa had posted a challenging 191-3 in their 20 overs, England cantered to victory with 14 balls to spare.

Man of the moment Malan the star once again

Once again it was man of the series Dawid Malan who guided England to victory.

The hosts won the toss and elected to bat first. Chris Jordan struck early to remove Quinton de Kock(17) miscuing to mid-off. Ben Stokes was introduced into the attack and struck twice. The all-rounder bowled Tempa Bavuma(32) and had Reeza Hendricks(13) caught behind.

South African rescued by partnership of 127

South Africa were rescued by an outstanding partnership of 127 between Rassie van du Dussen and Faf du Plessis. Van du Plessis finished undefeated with 74 and du Plessis 52.

The pair smashed 84 runs of the final five overs to set England a stiff total for victory.

England lost Jason Roy(16) who fell lbw to Anrich Nortje to leave England 25-1 after four overs.

Despite the loss of Roy, Malan and Buttler see England home

Malan joined Buttler in the middle and the pair steered the visitors to victory with a truly brilliant partnership of 167.

Malan, who is in fantastic form in white ball cricket finished on 99 not out but received excellent backing from Buttler with an undefeated 67. The pair never looked in trouble with the two of them pacing the innings to perfection.

It was so unfortunate that Malan fell one short of what would have been a superb century.

Nothing fazes this excellent white ball side

Once again this magnificent England white ball side were not fazed by what was thrown at them.

Some sides would have panicked facing this target after losing an early wicket. Even with the run rate nudging 11 an over nothing worries this group of players.

They bat a long way down and all have freedom to express themselves, time and time again.