Finn Russell Liam Napier: Brilliant Japan inspire in a game for the ages

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14 Oct, 2019 5:00am

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Join host Alex Chapman with special guests Buck Shelford & Leon MacDonald as they review Japan v Scotland and preview the RWC quarter-finals. VIDEO/Spark Sport/AP/Mark Mitchell/Photo sport/Getty images

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The final Rugby World Cup pool game that almost never was came to life in Yokohama.

What always promised to be a frantic, fascinating finale to the group stages, one to determine the All Blacks’ quarter-final opponent, did not disappoint.

The All Blacks will face Joe Schmidt’s Ireland in their juicy match-up. But, for now, analysis of that knockout scene can wait.

Japan and Scotland deserve their moment to take a bow. Whether you were an emotionally-invested viewer or not, their contest was enthralling, an epic for the ages.

From a pure sporting perspective,

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