The Springboks are through to the Rugby World Cup final after beating Wales 19-16 in a nerve-wrecking match.
South Africa will now face England in the final next Saturday. This will a repeat of the 2007 final in which the Bokke reigned supreme.
The Springboks led 9-6 at halftime after three successful penalties by Handre Pollard.
Pollard was definitely the hero of the day not missing a single attempt with the boot. This will be South Africa’s third appearance in a Rugby World Cup final, having won the title in the previous two final appearances.
Handre Pollard’s boot the difference
Final here we come
Yr hyn gêm epig! Diolch yn fawr Cymru!#StrongerTogether #RWC2019 #WALvRSA pic.twitter.com/t7nt7wy718
— Springboks (@Springboks) October 27, 2019
Expected us to make the final, but more convincingly, either way – what a game!!! #Springboks #StrongerTogether #Bokke
— Chad Saaiman (@ChadSaaiman) October 27, 2019
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Well done boys #Springboks #SouthAfrica #BOKKE #RWC2019 #RugbyWorldCup19 pic.twitter.com/M4bvYzq7pz
— #TheJourney (@Tabiasongbird) October 27, 2019
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