South African won the Rugby World Championship 2019 today at Yokohoma, Japan against England. 32-12
By the end of the first half, the Springboks were leading 12-6. Then South Africa were able to increase their score by 20 goals in the second half, while rival England managed to score only six more.
“We were massively inaccurate first half and couldn’t build any pressure, it’s a hard one to take. Our forwards have been unbelievable all tournament, but SA got ahead today, it’s a tough one to take but congratulations to them.” said George Ford.
The 2019 Rugby World Cup started in Japan on September 20 with the participation of 20 countries.
England came to the finals y beating New Zealand in the semi finals while South Africa beat Wales.
This is the third time South African Springbok players have won the World Championship. Previously they were crowned Rugby World Champions in 1995 and 2007.