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South Africa may have won the Test but were poor in attack and with the boot too. Handling mistakes also characterised their display.
AlunWynJones — brilliant leadership as ever. Enjoyed the RWC journey, you all should be very proud. Great effort boys, not our day but pushed them right till the end.
Hard luck Wales pretty heartbreaking stuff. All bets are off in a final but if England perform they should have too much for that SA team.
Wales fell narrowly short in their bid to reach the Rugby World Cup final. Wales suffered a heartbreaking World Cup semi-final defeat against South Africa in Warren Gatland's penultimate game in charge.
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Helen's, Swansea. South Africa. Go Wales! As the All Blacks wallowed after their stunning loss to England in their semi-final, the stage has been set for an all-Northern Hemisphere decider for the first time — if Wales can win.
I think they can really have a go at them. Wales, have not dropped a match this year in competition rugby, with their only losses coming in the World Cup warm up matches.
Along the way, South Africa claimed the Rugby Championship, while the Welsh claimed the Grand Slam for the first time since as they claimed the Six Nations title undefeated.
It showed up the rankings system up as "a joke" as Wales hadn't beaten the All Blacks since Wales actually won three of the first four games between the sides but since then the All Blacks have won the past 30 games.
Should they make the World Cup final, they now won't have to worry about that with the All Blacks playing off for third — but if not, the sides will play off for third in an all-but ceremonial match.
While the side don't want to get ahead of themselves, Walesonline reflected the collective sigh of relief at the All Blacks' fall.
Warren Gatland will make sure of that. But if they can beat the Springboks, then many in this part of the world will be happy New Zealand are not around to contest the final.
There have been no wins against them since Thirty defeats on the bounce. Players will say they never consider such matters, but lurking in the dark recesses of their minds might just be an element of doubt, doubt that can make the difference.
Wales have a much better record against South Africa and England, winning five of their last six against the Springboks and two of three against England.
To join the conversation, please Log in. Don't have an account? Sign up. But when Pollard broke the line to enter the Wales 22, the ball was lost forward when Elton Jantjies went into contact and Marx looked to clean out.
A second Bok fumble in the Wales 22 followed from Du Toit, as South Africa continued to release the proverbial pressure valve off the Welsh. A scrum penalty against the head on 53 minutes allowed Rassie Erasmus' charges to remain in the right area, however, and when Jantjies kicked to touch, a second penalty followed when Wales collapsed a rolling maul.
Kicking to the corner again, Wales defended the maul legally on this occasion, but it was brief respite when Kriel went over in the corner after a brilliantly incisive Le Roux pass eight phases later.
Pollard missed the conversion to leave the score Jantjies did put three more points onto the South Africa total via a penalty on the hour mark, though, after replacement Thomas du Toit jackaled well over the ball, reducing the gap to three points and setting up a fascinating last quarter.
Justin Tipuric earned a vital breakdown penalty for Wales in the South Africa 22 on 67 minutes, allowing Biggar to kick a fabulous effort which just held its line for Wales' first points of the second half, returning the lead to a six-point one.
With eight minutes left, Biggar kicked three more points off the tee when South Africa played the nine at the ruck after Jon Davies had broken the line to gain territory in the Bok The nine-point lead was to prove an unassailable one as Wales ended their November campaign on a high with a clean sweep of four victories.
Man of the match Jenkins, who had performed so brilliantly, was stretched off with a serious-looking knee injury after the full-time whistle, taking some sheen off the win.
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