Last updated on November 2, 2019
2 second-half Attempts saw South Africa Speed away from England to win the Rugby World Cup in Japan.
But attempts from Makazole Mapimpi and Cheslin Kolbe watched South Africa victory 32-12.
This signifies bitter disappointment for England, who’d conquered Australia and New Zealand on the way into the closing.
South Africa led 12-6 at halftime through a quartet of Pollard penalties, together with Owen Farrell responding to an England team who’d been bossed at the scrum, with dropped hurt prop Kyle Sinckler following three minutes, and that perpetrated a series of handling errors in a ragged 40-minute screen.
South Africa, playing far more dream than within their semi-final triumph over Wales, kept up the pressure in the second half as England fought to create any kind of momentum and Pollard nudged them 18-12 forward following an hour.
The Springboks subsequently scored their first attempt in three World Cup finals when Mapimpi broke apparently from the 66th minute, chipped ahead and gathered the ball straight back from Lukhanyo Am, and remembered winger Kolbe then hammered through to put the shine on a deserved win.