Springboks out for grand slam against Warriors
The Springboks look set to become just the fifth강원출장마사지밤 의 전쟁 team in the history of Rugby to end a match in the Grand Slam with two tries in as many games as they did with two to close out the 33-20 loss to the Warriors at Ellis Park on Saturday.
There was the most dramatic moment in the final minutes of the game when South Africa’s Will Genia kicked the winning try following a penalty kick.
However, the game’s biggest moment came when South Africa’s Malky Seewer kicked three unanswered tries in the 68th minute for a 21-12 victory.
There were some hiccups in the game as they had to settle for two points through injury.
However, captai바카라n Bernard Foley spoke after the game and made an impassioned appeal to players to not give up on the game in the dying seconds of the match.
Foley said the Springboks deserved to win as the fans and players were there for the team and he was disappointed the players couldn’t score the try that they so desperately wanted.
“They gave them a fantastic experience for the weekend, they won their hearts and minds,” Foley said.
“This could’ve been quite a memorable night. They’ve just been through a really tough loss to New Zealand in the tour of the West Indies where they lost 24-21. They had their share of trouble this morning, but you know they’re up there to try to win this game and hopefully that will change their minds and give them a positive mindset.
“This is probably the closest rugby has ever come to the finals in their history and we are just looking forward to what happens and how it all plays out.”
The Springboks were led by Sam Cane who gave them 22 points and was close to a hat-trick on the final try of the match. The Warriors had jus시흥출장마사지 시흥안마t two tries in the victory over the All Blacks but managed the ball better and were also missing three players from the starting XV, including scrum-half Michael Hooper who is out for a month with an ankle injury.
Boks: Seewer, Tautau Moga, Gutsmann, Giteau, Moga, Steyn, Pritchard, van der Merwe, Akete, van der Merwe, de Klerk, D’Souza.
Warriors: Fekitoa, O’Sullivan, Maimuna, Fekit