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To have three or four guys hitting 140 kilometres an hour consistently on the pitches we've played on, with the cracks opening up, always puts pressure on batsmen.
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Graeme Smith was keen to praise his entire team and not just pace ace Dale Steyn after wrapping up a 2-0 series win over New Zealand.
Steyn has now taken 71 wickets in just 15 Tests and returned his second 10-wicket haul in as many games, as the Proteas won by an innings and 59 runs.
"He's bowled at pace with good control and he's got the ball to swing," said the skipper.
"But the other guys have worked around him pretty well which has allowed him to come back at different times and strike. I like to know that he's hungry for more success."
Smith said the South African pace attack was the difference between the two sides.
"Maybe our attack was the difference," Smith said. "To have three or four guys hitting 140 kilometres an hour consistently on the pitches we've played on, with the cracks opening up, always puts pressure on batsmen."
In contrast New Zealand captain Daniel Vettori slammed an "inept" performance.
"It doubles up after the performance we put up at the Wanderers. We thought we could come back and fight a little bit harder here but unfortunately we delivered a similarly inept performance," he said.
"We need to play more Test cricket. It's also got to come down to individuals, to increase skill levels and desire. We need to put performances together against quality opposition. We've got Bangladesh coming up next.
"If we go ahead and win those games it doesn't necessarily mean we've become a good Test team. We've got to put performances together against teams like Australia and South Africa, and England back home in our summer."
Steyn's match figures of 10 for 91 at the Wanderers and 10 for 93 at Centurion won him the man-of-the-match award in both Tests and the man-of-the-series award, but he commented: "I'm just doing what I have to do, getting the ball in the right places and communicating well with my captain.
"The guys off the field prepare these things so we can see the strengths and weaknesses of our opponents. We have bowled to a plan."
The two teams play a Twenty20 game at the Wanderers on Friday before the One-day series starts on Sunday.