South Africa Springboks vs Japan 2019 Rugby World Cup

Springboks –
Springbok Captain Siya Kolisi

With a “pulsating 26-3 victory, the Springboks shattered Japan’s dream to reach the Rugby World Cup semi-finals, setting up a blockbuster clash with Wales next weekend“! Defeating Japan gives the Springboks a chance to play the final World Cup game against New Zealand or England and win the world championship. I watched the exciting game at a Fisherhaven pub restaurant. It was fun sharing the experience on Sunday, when South Africans socialize with friends and family. Media shots of team members and video highlights tell it all!

Springboks –
Springbok Coach Rassie Erasmus – Sky Sports


After working mightily hard to see off the Japanese, the Springboks will take on Wales next weekend for a place in the final against New Zealand or England.” Max Benson – The South African


Faf de Klerk Springboks Scrum Half – Photo by Hannah Peters/Getty Images
Duane Vermeulen – Photo Steve Haag

Springbok Teammates – Photo Behrouz Mehri

The 2019 Rugby World Cup is the ninth world championship. The tournament is being held in Tokyo Japan from 20 September to 2 November, for the first time in Asia and outside Tier 1 rugby nations.

Makazole Mapimpi Springboks Winger – Photo by Hannah Peters/Getty Images
Watching the Springboks Play
Springboks – IOL

I’m learning about rugby – the comparison with football is obvious. The scrum is fascinating!

Springbok Centre Damian de Allende –
Lukhanyo Am Outside Centre – Stu Forster Getty Images Zimbio
Mapimpi’s Brilliant Finish – The South African
Ryoto Nakamura Tackled by Duane Vermeulen – Stu Forster/Getty Images

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