All Blacks a ‘complete’ team, says Boks’ Felix Jones

All Blacks a ‘complete’ team, says Boks’ Felix Jones

It is set to be a massive final with the Boks and All Blacks the most successful rugby sides in World Cup history.

The Springboks are gearing up to face what assistant coach Felix Jones calls a “complete” All Blacks team in the Rugby World Cup final at the Stade de France in Saint-Denis on Saturday night.

The All Blacks have come a long way in just over a year and a half after they went on a dreadful run of five losses in six matches that saw coach Ian Foster almost losing his job.

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However, a win over the Boks at Ellis Park in the Rugby Championship last year sparked an unbeaten run of 1src wins and a draw, which was ended by the Boks with their record 35-7 win at Twickenham just before the World Cup.

Although the All Blacks then lost their World Cup opener 27

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