Springbok forwards have the tools to solve Welsh challenge, coach says

Rugby Union - Rugby World Cup 2019 - Quarter Final - Japan v South Africa - Tokyo Stadium, Tokyo, Japan - October 20, 2019 South Africa's Makazole Mapimpi celebrates with team mates scoring their third try REUTERS/Issei Kato

TOKYO (Reuters) – The mighty South African pack has all the tools needed to end a four-year losing streak against Wales when the two rugby giants meet in Sunday‚Äôs World Cup semi-final, Springboks forwards coach Matt Proudfoot told reporters on Tuesday. The Welsh have won the last four meetings between the two, with the South […]

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