South Africa started the series with 110 points but have slipped to 105 after losing both Tests to their lower-ranked opposition. They are now two points behind New Zealand, who are in second place with 107 points.
🙌 HISTORIC WIN FOR SRI LANKA 🙌— ICC (@ICC) February 23, 2019
Unbeaten fifties from Oshada Fernando and Kusal Mendis on the third morning help the visitors register their first ever Test series victory in South Africa.#SAvSL SCORECARD ⏬https://t.co/dkczebcheCpic.twitter.com/NCtu2hr1Z3
Sri Lanka remain in sixth place but have gained four points to move up to 93 in the list led by India with 116 points.
New Zealand start a three-Test home series against Bangladesh on 28 February in Hamilton, which they will have to win in order to retain second place.