In the third and final One-day International (ODI) between South Africa and West Indies, held on Tuesday at Senwes Park, Heinrich Klaasen led his team to a four-wicket win with a stunning unbeaten century. The match was crucial for the home team as the first game was called off due to rain, and West Indies had won the second match. The victory in the final ODI ensured that South Africa shared the honours with their opponents.

South Africa won the toss and chose to bowl first, limiting West Indies to a total of 260 all out. Despite a shaky start in their reply, as they slipped to 87-4, South Africa managed to secure a comprehensive victory thanks to Klaasen’s brilliant performance. His power hitting, which included 119 runs off just 61 balls, helped South Africa achieve the target with an astonishing 123 balls remaining in the innings.

Klaasen’s match-winning century was the highlight of the game and demonstrated his exceptional batting skills. The victory in the final ODI was a morale booster for South Africa, as they now head into the upcoming T20 series against West Indies with renewed confidence.

Brief scores: South Africa 264-6 (Henry Klaasen 119 not, Marco Jansen 43 not out, Alzarri Joseph 3/50) in 29.3 overs beat West Indies 260 (Brandon King 72, Nicholas Pooran 39, Jansen 2/46) in 48.2 overs by four wickets.

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