Stand-in skipper AB de Villiers led from the front as his 69 off 28 balls helped secure a semifinal spot for South Africa. (All images AFP)
South Africa got off to a fiery start as Hashim Amla and Quinton de Kock added 90 runs off 65 balls for the first wicket.
Hashim Amla (56 off 37 balls) provided South Africa the best start for AB de Villiers to consolidate on as they posted 196/5 in 20 overs against England.
England's in-form opener Alex Hales gave his side some hopes of chasing down the mammoth total as he took on the South African bowlers from the word go.
Wayne Parnell (3/31) struck early to put the brakes on England's flourishing start by dismissing the top-3 England batsmen.
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