Rugby Tom Brady is rooting for South Africa, not the USA, at the Rugby World Cup in Japan

Rugby Tom Brady is rooting for South Africa, not the USA, at the Rugby World Cup in Japan

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  • Tom Brady will be supporting South Africa, not the USA, at the Rugby World Cup in Japan.
  • The NFL icon shared a message of support for the Springboks ahead of the tournament via Twitter early Friday morning.
  • “Springboks, good luck to you in Japan,” said Brady in the video posted by the national team’s official account. “Kick some butt. Go Bokke!”
  • South Africa take on current world champions New Zealand in its opening game on Saturday, and head coach Rassie Erasmus believes his team can go “deep into the tournament” if it remains injury-free, according to the Irish Times.
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Tom Brady won’t be supporting the USA at the Rugby World Cup in Japan.

Instead, the NFL icon will be backing South Africa.

Brady, a six-time SuperBowl champion, shared a message with rugby fans via the Springboks’ official Twitter page on Friday, in which he says: “Springboks, good luck to you in Japan.

“Kick some butt. Go Bokke!”

South Africa was more than welcoming of Brady’s support, captioning the tweet: “Can’t go wrong with the GOAT in your corner. Appreciate the support @tombrady. #StrongerTogether #RWC2019 #RWCTokyo.”

South Africa faces a tough start to the tournament on Saturday when it takes on current world champion New Zealand at the Nissan Stadium, Yokohama.

New Zealand has won both of the last two Webb Ellis Cups in 2011 and 2015, and are favorites to lift for a record fourth time.

However, prior to the Kiwi’s

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