England beat South Africa comprehensively in the fourth Test to win the series 3-1.
Mark Wood shone with both bat and ball to put England on track for a 3-1 series win in South Africa.
South Africa vs England: Ben Stokes had an angry exchange with a spectator after being dismissed during the first day's play and his words were captured on television.
Ben Stokes had an angry altercation with a spectator after being dismissed on the first day of the fourth and final Test against South Africa at the Wanderers Stadium.
Centuries by Ben Stokes and Ollie Pope and some powerful lower-order hitting enabled England to declare on 499 for nine before they claimed two late wickets to have South Africa struggling on 60 for two.
Ben Stokes and Ollie Pope upped the scoring rate after a gritty start by England as they finished on 224/4 at the end of Day 1.
During the voting period, Ben Stokes aggregated 719 runs and bagged 12 wickets in 20 ODIs. He also scored 821 runs and took 22 wickets in 11 Tests.
With the four-match series delicately poised at 1-1, South Africa and England clash in the third Test, starting from Thursday at St George's Park, Port Elizabeth.
On a tense final day of the second Test, the stump mic picked up Jos Buttler launching an x-rated tirade at South Africa's Vernon Philander.
South Africa showed gritty resolve, but a Ben Stokes-inspired England rode to victory, levelling the 4-match Test series at 1-1.
Set to make a world record 438 to win, South Africa were 126 for two at stumps on Day 4 against England.
England all-rounder Ben Stokes joined the likes of Mohammad Azharuddin, Stephen Fleming, Graeme Smith, Steve Smith with his world record at Newlands on Sunday.
England need a win in Newlands, having lost the series opener by 107 runs against a rejuvenated South Africa side.
Ben Stokes insisted that he would trade all the personal success he has enjoyed in 2019 if it meant his father was no longer in hospital.
South Africa vs England: Needing 376 to win, South Africa bowled England out for 268 on the fourth day to register their first win in World Test Championship.
In a video that surfaced on Saturday, Ben Stokes and Stuart Broad can be seen having a heated argument during Day 3 of the South Africa vs England 1st Test.
Former West Indies captain Clive Lloyd is to receive a knighthood for "his outstanding service to cricket".
Ben Stokes' father, Ged, was admitted to a hospital in Johannesburg on Monday after suffering serious illness, the ECB said in a statement.