An impressive bowling performance powered England to the Champions Trophy summit clash as the hosts thrashed South Africa by seven wickets in the first semifinal, here on Wednesday.
The hosts bundled out South Africa for a meagre 175 after inserting them in to bat and then comfortably overhauled the target with 12.3 overs to spare.
Such was the domination of the England bowlers that AB de Villiers and Co found it difficult to buck the trend of faltering in major ICC tournaments.
It was complete team effort by England as all the bowlers played a part in demolishing the South African top and middle batting order.
In Image: England's James Anderson, right, celebrates the lbw wicket of South Africa's Colin Ingram.