Trent Bridge: England won by 10 wicket in 14.1 overs. England openers MJ Prior (45 not out in 36 balls) and IR Bell (28 not out in 51 balls) seal ten wicket victory for England.
In afternoon, Stuart Broad produced the best bowling figures of his professional career, as South Africa's batting capitulated in embarrassing fashion in the second ODI against England at Trent Bridge. After winning the toss on a hard and dry surface, their hopes of atoning for their 20-run defeat at Headingley on Friday bit the dust as they were instead bundled out for 83, their lowest total ever against England, and second only to the 69 they made against Australia at Sydney in 1993-94
It's only lasted 37.1 overs (223 balls), and England go 2-0 up in the series. The 10-wicket win was set-up by a memorable spell from Stuart Broad, picking up 5 for 23 - his first five-for in ODIs, and in doing so he passed 50 ODI wickets. Matt Prior had a fine game behind - and, later, in front of - the stumps, snaffling six catches as South Africa were dismissed for 83, their lowest-ever total against England. For the second-placed side in the world, this was a thoroughly disappointing performance, and although they won the Test series 2-1, ever since they have lost their focus. What a start this has been for Kevin Pietersen, too.