by Ticketstroom 26 October 2015.

BOKS MEET THEIR MATCH WITH ALL BLACKS.

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It has come to an end for the Springboks after they suffered a loss to the All Blacks.

South Africa played against New Zealand on the 24th October 2015, Saturday evening at the Twickenham stadium in London #RugbyWorldCup. The All Blacks go through to the finals after winning a victory of 20-18 to South Africa.

The Boks opened the match by scoring a try after the 5th minute into the game.

South Africa was in the lead with 9-7 at half time. The All Blacks tried to score a try in the 30th minute which was blocked by Springboks defence. All Blacks were given a penalty and it was taken by Daniel Carter which hit the Boks’ upright pole.

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A New Zeland player was handed a yellow card for choking a Springboks player, and Jerome Kaino was given a 15 minutes off the field.

In the 39th minute, Mandre Pollard scored a penalty earning three points putting the All Blacks in the 12-7 lead. When the referee blew his whistle for the interval time the first half score was South Africa 12 and New Zealand 7.

The second half began and in the 46th minute All Blacks scored a goal, giving them one point to make 10 points.

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In the 55th minute, South Africa won two scrums and they were granted a penalty, which was scored by Pollard earning three points making it 15-17 to All Blacks.

In the 59th minute, All Blacks got a penalty which Dan Carter scored making All Blacks lead with 20 points.

In the 68th minute, Boks scored a penalty in and earned 3 points making it 18-20 to the All Blacks.

In the 79th minute, All Blacks kept the ball back in the poles of the Boks until referee whistled for a full-time match New Zealand winning with 20 points and South Africa losing with 18 points.

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New Zealand has made their way to the Rugby world cup final where they will now face Australia.

 

 

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