Mako Vunipola Boks Won’t Force Drop Goals in RWC Final

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Cape Town — A look through the history of the tournament confirms that drop goals and Rugby World Cup finals go hand-in-hand.

In the eight finals that there have been since 1987, drop goals have been landed in four of them, and in 1995 (Springboks) and 2007 (England) the final was won after drop goals in extra time.

It is something that Springbok flyhalf Handre Pollard is well aware of as he prepares for Sunday’s 2019 final against a heavily favoured England outfit, but he said on Friday that he would not force the issue.

“It’s no secret that finals have been decided with drop goals and penalty kicks,” he told media on Friday.

“But you are not going to put too much thought into that, because you just trust your process.

“I know my limits, I know where I can go back to, which angles I can take and shouldn’t take. If I don’t feel comfortable, I won’t

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