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Makazole Mapimpi is being hailed as South Africa’s drought breaker after scoring the Springboks’ first try in a Rugby World Cup final at the third attempt.
Remarkably, South Africa had gone 245 minutes without scoring a World Cup final try until Mapimpi touched down in the 66th minute against England in Yokohama on Saturday night.
The Springboks beat England 32-12 to retain their proud record of having never lost a Rugby World Cup final following earlier triumphs in 1995 and 2007.
They shut out England for the full 80 minutes – for the second time in two Rugby World Cup final meetings – and have now gone 260 minutes without conceding a World Cup final try.
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* World hails ‘mighty’ Boks
* Boks break English hearts
* Kolisi dedicates win to home
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* Mapimpi’s magical moment
* How Springbok players rated
* How England’s players rated
* Prince Harry at the RWC final
* RWC results and pool standings
South Africa beat the All Blacks 15-12 after extra-time in the 1995 Rugby World Cup final in a 100-minute epic at Johannesburg’s Ellis Park. Joel Stransky kicked three penalties and slotted two dropped goals to three penalties and a field
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