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Springboks Beat England

Springboks beat England – RSA Win World Cup 2019

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Springboks beat England – RSA Win World Cup – 32 – 12 for third time in Yokohama. 

2019 Rugby World Cup final

England: (6) 12

Pen: Farrell 4

South Africa: (12) 32

Try: Mapimpi, Kolbe Con: Pollard 2 Pen: Pollard 6

Stunning achievement for South Africa. They simply crushed England and it was easy to do.  What happened to England players?

Such a poor performance by England. There was a lot of noise from fans but huge disappointment as RSA soared ahead. Many England fans had their hearts broken.  They weren’t expecting it and had so much faith in the team.

But let’s remember England made it to the final of the Rugby World Cup 2019.  Not bad.


Full credit to Japan.  The country has already made Rugby World Cup 2019 a tournament to remember.  Not just for being welcoming hosts but for changing the world order.  Moving up the rankings with famous wins against Ireland and Scotland and making their first appearance in the knockout stages.

Thank you we have seen some great rugby.

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