England's bowlers finally hit form at the World Cup on Sunday to dismiss South Africa for just 165 and secure an unlikely six-run win over the previously unbeaten Proteas. South Africa bowled out England for 171 at Chennai's Chidambaram Stadium but a varied and disciplined English attack took full advantage of a deteriorating pitch to secure victory with 14 balls remaining. Having reached 124-3, South Africa lost four wickets for the addition of three runs across five overs. Stuart Broad took the last two wickets to wrap up the win and finished with 4-15.