The hard work starts now for the Springboks

The hard work starts now for the Springboks

After mesmerising a brimming Twickenham Stadium with a historic victory over the All Blacks, the Springboks will be fired up ahead of their Rugby World Cup title defence, and the hard work starts now.

South Africa produced a commanding performance against 14-man New Zealand in London, when they walloped them 35-7 – inflicting the heaviest defeat in the All Blacks’ illustrious rugby history.

The Boks could not have asked for a perfect conclusion to their World Cup preparations, as they fine-tuned their performance against one of the most feared sides in world rugby.

Skipper Siya Kolisi, who scored the Boks’ first try, is looking better and stronger than ever. A healthy and injury-free Kolisi will be a massive boost to a Boks side that is on a serious mission to achieve the special feat of winning back-to-back Rugby World Cups.

“It was amazing to see the number of South Africans lining the streets on the way to the stadium,” Kolisi said after the match.

“That’s why we couldn’t hold back in the matc

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