TOP CHRONO – New Zealand – South Africa (11-12): Video summary of the final in 5 minutes

Four years after their world title in Japan, South Africa achieved the double on Saturday, October 28, by defeating New Zealand (11-12) in the World Cup final.
The Bucs, who won the title in 1995, 2007 and 2019, became the most successful team in the competition… ahead of the All Blacks.
Relive, on video and on MYTF1, the Springboks' coronation.

The Stade de France suits them well. He was previously crowned in the Dionysian Wall in 2007 at the expense of the English (15-6). springboks On Saturday, October 28, they won the second title in their history in Saint-Denis, and their fourth Webb Ellis Cup title, a record, at the expense of New Zealand (11-12). A small-point victory, as happened against France in the quarter-finals (28-29) and England in the semi-finals (15-16), was obtained at the end of the suspense of a closed final, but without a break.

South Africa were crowned champions in 1995, 2007 and 2019, have never lost in a final (four out of four), and achieved the feat of retaining the ultimate Oval trophy. First since… All blacks, authors of a historic double in 2011 and 2015. As happened in Japan in 2019, Box 2023, still led by the Erasmus-Ninaber tandem, relied on the play at the foot of opener Handre Pollard (12 points), which was already decisive in the final, to carve out an eternal place in the rugby pantheon.

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