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History between New Zealand and South Africa in World Cup

History between New Zealand and South Africa in World Cup

New Zealand and South Africa Faces are seen Next Saturday, October 28 It contains State of France Inside The final match of France World Cup 2023. Be Sixth time That Two great powers of the Southern Hemisphere Face each other the worldThen inside Scrum We will review All previous shortcuts. I lived every match on Star+.

The first meeting between the two in the game’s version of the biggest event Nineteen ninety fivePrecisely A decisive fight. with success 15-12 It contains Ellis Park Johannesburg, Springbox were made with First World Cup in its history.

Four years laterThere was a crossroads in the dispute Third and fourth placeAgain a winner South Africa. with success 22-18 It contains Cardiff Millennium Stadiumwho directed at that time Nick Mallett Stayed with Bronze medal.

In 2003 They faced each other Third consecutive World CupAnd It was the first time the All Blacks had wonIn this quarter final It contains Melbourne Docklands Stadium surpassed 29-9 Your competitor for access semi-finalLater on They fell out with Australia.

Then we should go 2015when Twickenham, New Zealand Defeated by 20-18 to do South Africa Inside semi-final of that version. A week later, the team led Steve Hansen left over Australia And it was done Third World Cup in its history.

Finally, in 2019He B Group A fascinating cross opened between the two, which They ended up taking on the All Blacks By 23-13 It contains Yokohama Stadium. However, and despite being classified as second in their area, Springbox They completed the consecration Champion for the third time.

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next, Complete history between New Zealand and South Africa Inside World Cups:

07/24/1995 – South Africa 15-12 New Zealand – Final – Ellis Park, Johannesburg

11/04/1999 – South Africa 22-18 New Zealand – 3rd and 4th place – Millennium Stadium, Cardiff

11/08/2003 – New Zealand 29-9 South Africa – Quarter Final – Docklands Stadium, Melbourne

10/24/2015 – New Zealand 20-18 South Africa – Semi-Final – Twickenham Stadium, London

09/21/2019 – New Zealand 23-13 South Africa – Group Stage – Yokohama Stadium, Yokohama