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South Africa laid the groundwork with traditional Springbok rugby and finished an outgunned England side off with two late tries to win the World Cup for the third time courtesy of a 32-12 victory on Saturday.
Wingers Makazole Mapimpi and Cheslin Kolbe crossed in the last 15 minutes for South Africa’s first ever tries in a World Cup final but six penalties from the boot of Handre Pollard had already put the Springboks firmly in charge.
Superb game management, set piece dominance, brutal defense and almost flawless place-kicking had been enough to see off an England side that had dismantled the double defending champion All Blacks in the semi-finals last week.
While the tactics were as traditional as the dark green Springbok shirt, the team was far more representative of a multiracial nation than those of 1995 and 2007 and Siya Kolisi became the first black captain to lift
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