The West Indies were bludgeoned by record-setter AB de Villiers on Sunday, but one-day captain Jason Holder saw some positives.
Jason Holder is keen for the West Indies to move on after they fell victim to a record-setting performance to South Africa captain AB de Villiers in Sunday's second one-day international.
De Villiers smashed the Windies attack on his way to a 31-ball century, which marked a new world record in the 50-over format.
The Proteas skipper also equalled the record for most sixes in an ODI innings with 16 before being caught out for 149 in the final over.
His performance, combined with a South Africa ODI record stand of 247 from Hashim Amla (153) and Rilee Rossouw (128), saw the hosts fall four runs shy of the world-record ODI total as they finished of 439-2.
Despite decent batting performances from Dwayne Smith (64) and Denesh Ramdin (57), the Windies could only limp to 291-7 in reply as they slipped to a 148-run defeat to trail the five-match series 2-0.
And Holder - who hailed the play of Smith and Ramdin - is keen for his side to put the drubbing behind them ahead of the third encounter in Port Elizabeth on Wednesday.
"Tough game, AB took it away from us. We weren't doing too badly in the middle overs but he took it away from us," Holder said.
"I thought we could have nailed our yorkers better. A lot of the senior guys have helped me out these that two games and we can move forward.
"Credit to the two guys who did well with the bat, that's something to work with. We just need to put this behind us."