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Japan are easily reminded of their upset victory over the Springboks at the 2015 World Cup
Japan coach Jamie Joseph however insists the team has been trying to put that win behind
There are five changes to the Japan side that lost to 41-7 to South Africa in a World Cup warm-up game
Tokyo: Japan’s “unique” brand of high-tempo attacking rugby will face the acid test when it runs up against the blitz defence of a tough South Africa side in Sunday’s World Cup quarter-final.
The World Cup hosts have already surpassed expectations by topping Pool A, notching up wins over Six Nations giants Ireland and Scotland, as well as Samoa and Russia.
Japan have collected four wins from as many games to top Pool A in the 2019 World Cup. AP
Now the Japanese public want more, and are easily reminded of the Brave Blossoms’ pool victory over the Springboks at the 2015 World Cup, o
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