This World Cup has been crazy: before it you could walk down the street and do whatever you wanted. We have to be able to build on this because the sky is the limit. It took South Africa, who won the Championship last summer, an hour to subdue the side who had defeated Ireland and Scotland to finish unbeaten at the head of their pool. After conceding an early try when their attempt to hide their fly-half, Yu Tamura, on the blindside of a Springboks scrum was detected by the scrum-half, Faf de Klerk, who wasted no time in firing a pass to Makazole Mapimpi on the left wing, they rallied. Japan had to chase the game, but it was no longer being played on their terms and De Klerk made the game safe when, after barking orders at his forwards as they rumbled a maul 15 metres, he scored under the posts to seal his man-of-the-match performance. Scrums and mauls turned into penalties, three of which Handre Pollard converted into points. South Africa took four of their lineouts, the last of which was five metres from their own line when Pieter-Steph du Toit stole the ball at the front and 30 seconds later Mapimpi had his second try. Facebook Twitter Pinterest.
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