After defending their inexperienced bowling attack and saying it was the batsmen who weren't delivering on Australia's one-day tour of South Africa, there's no place to hide for the tourists' bowlers after Wednesday's third ODI in Durban.
Australia somehow contrived to lose a match where they posted 6-371 batting first - the highest total in any ODI at Kingsmead and the country's fifth- highest ODI total ever.
Hundreds to David Warner (117) and Steve Smith (108) should have been enough to secure the win and keep Australia alive in the five-match series.
But a brilliant unbeaten 118 off just 79 balls by South Africa's David Miller secured the Proteas the most unlikely of wins and an unassailable 3-0 lead in the five-match series.
It's a defeat which is sure to only heighten the suspicion Australia's bowling attack on this tour simply isn't up to international standard.