EAST LONDON: JP Duminy played a brilliant knock to help South Africa record their second successive victory over Sri Lanka in the second One-day International here at the Buffalo Park on Saturday.

Chasing a modest total of 237 runs, South Africa achieved the target losing five wickets with eight balls remaining.

South Africa now lead the five-match series 2-1 as they crushed Sri Lanka by a huge margin of 258 runs after bowling them out for a meager score of 43 runs in the first One-day International.

Duminy remained unbeaten on 66 which he made with the help of only a six and hit not a single four during his 87-ball innings.

He was ably supported by Hashim Amla who made 55 from 58 balls with two sixes and five fours.