To 298 for 7 after Rassie van der Dussen's century, South Africa

In the first ODI against England at Bloemfontein, Rassie van der Dussen's 111 from 117 deliveries helped South Africa set England 299 runs.

Temba Bavuma, the captain of the hosts, elected to bat first, and van der Dussen scored his fourth hundred in the format.

The foundation of South Africa's innings came from the second over against Jos Buttler's team.

Together with David Miller's 53 at the tail end, they scored 110 runs in a fifth-wicket partnership.

In the powerplay, Quinton de Kock and Bavuma laid a strong foundation of 61 points, only for the skipper to hack Moeen Ali to a dodging Sam Curran at mid-on.

Given how easily both hitters were scoring off David Willey and Jofra Archer—who was making his England comeback after 678 days—the breakthrough