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History of the match between New Zealand and South Africa in the World Cup

History of the match between New Zealand and South Africa in the World Cup

scrum.comOctober 24, 2023 at 05:52 ETReading: 2 minutes.

New Zealand and South Africa Faces will be seen Next Saturday, October 28th in it Stade de France in Grand final Subordinate France World Cup 2023. He is Sixth time Which The two greatest powers in the southern hemisphere They face each other in worldthen in Scrum We will review All previous crossings. I lived every tournament on Star+.

It was the first meeting between the two in an edition of the greatest sporting event in Nineteen ninety-fiveparticulary The decisive duel. With the win for 15-12 in it Ellis Park Johannesburg, springboks Made with The first World Cup in its history.

Four years laterThe crossing fell into dispute Third and fourth placeAnd again he was the winner South Africa. With the win for 22-18 in it Cardiff Millennium Stadiumthose directed at that time before Nick Mallett They stayed with Bronze medal.

in 2003 They faced each other for Third World Cup in a rowAnd For the first time this was an All Blacks victorywhich in Quarter-finals in it Melbourne Docklands Stadium Get over it 29-9 Your competitor for access semi finalon it later They fell with Australia.

Then we must go to 2015when you are in Twickenham, New Zealand defeated by 20-18 to South Africa in semi final From that edition. A week later, the team led Steve Hansen Transgression Australia And it was done The third World Cup in its history.

Finally, in 2019he Group B It opened with a stunning crossover between the two They ended up taking the All Blacks by 23-13 in it Yokohama Stadium. However, despite being ranked second in their region, springboks They ended up being dedicated Champions for the third time.

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

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

04/11/1999 – South Africa 22 – 18 New Zealand – Third and fourth place – Millennium Stadium, Cardiff

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

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

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