|Event:||England in South Africa 2009/10|
DateLine: 23rd November 2009
Paul Collingwood was delighted after producing a man-of-the-match display in England's seven-wicket victory over South Africa on Sunday.
The Durham all-rounder, who was making his 171st one-day appearance to overtake Alec Stewart as his country's most capped player in the format, hit 105 not out and claimed two wickets to lead England home with 24 balls to spare.
"It was a big day for me on a personal note," Collingwood told during presentation.
"I thought the team put in a fantastic performance today. We were quite comfortable in the end.
"The wicket played really well throughout the day and it was a special performance by all the boys really."