In the third and final one-day international, South Africa defeated West Indies by four wickets, ensuring that the series' victories were split evenly thanks to Heinrich Klaasen's unbeaten 119 off 61 balls. After winning the toss, South Africa decided to bowl, limiting the visitors to 260 all out. Initially struggling in their response, they fell to 87-4 before cruising to win with an incredible 123 balls left in the innings courtesy to Klaasen's explosive hitting.
Heinrich Klaasen's unbeaten 119 off 61 balls helped South Africa defeat West Indies by four wickets in the third and final one-day international, ensuring that the series victories were evenly distributed. South Africa chose to bowl after winning the toss and held the visitors to 260 all out. Because to Klaasen's tremendous hitting, they first struggled in their comeback and went behind by 87-4 before cruising to victory with an amazing 123 balls remaining in the innings.