to’South Africa He has this art of destroying dreams. Just ask France, who have just seen their illusions of a world title fade away after an unforgettable shock to the Springboks in the tournament’s quarter-finals. world Cup. Therefore, the defending champion is still on his way to achieving the double and his next opponent,Englandknows better than anyone that South Africans are done no favors when they have the Webb Ellis Cup in their sights.
Future Giants clash against the All Blacks?
Four years ago, XV de la Rose had, in fact, to bow down to stronger opponents in Japan finally. In 2007In France already, Johnny Wilkinson His team is also in the dust at the same stage of the competition. So the statistics do not speak in favor of the British, who have won just once in five matches against South Africa in the World Cup.
However, England have never won the knockout stage against the Springboks. The looming semi-final between the two countries does not appear to be taking a different path. Despite their flawless performance in the group stage, the band Owen Farrell Not really reassured. The success achieved against Fiji in the quarter-finals was not achieved. On the other hand, the partners said Cheslyn Colby Had very good fights against Ireland, despite the defeat, and France It seems a degree or even two above. However, uncertainty over the sport and England’s mischief could create an upset.
to’ArgentinaShe created a beautiful one in the quarter-final against Wales. Far from being favourites, the Pumas had a tough battle in Marseille to beat Leek XV. The South American team has already been successful in the tournament and will have nothing to lose in the quarter-finals against a 10-man team New Zealand Who regained all his anger againstIreland. It is clear that the All Blacks will be the favorites of this opponent, who dream of finding South Africa in the final, with whom they share the same record (3 titles), proving to the whole world that they are indeed the masters of the Oval.
Rugby World Cup semi-final schedule:
Friday, October 20
- Argentina – New Zealand: from 8:50 pm on TF1
Saturday 21 October
- England – South Africa: from 8:50 pm on TF1
Follow the Rugby World Cup semi-final matches on TF1.
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