Ragbi New Zealand became the first 8 finalists on Saturday. World Championships after defeating the South African Republic with 20-18 (7-12) in the uncertain semifinals.
South Africans have left everything they have, and hearts and souls on the beam of London's Twickenham Temple, where 80.090 viewers gathered, to stop All Black in trying to defend the title four years ago in New Zealand.
Their sacrificial and patient play brought them a first-half advantage (12-7), in which Handre Pollard made all four crashes, while New Zealanders reached their points by laying Jerome Cain and successfully transforming Dana Carter, though in the first attempt missed. But his judges gave him another chance, as they estimated that at first Carter's attempts at Habana had started before the opening of 'All Blacks' before the time.
New Zealand opened the second half with the 10-0 series. First, Carter dropped the drop on the 10-12, and then Barrett, after a few minutes into the game, took advantage of 'All Blacks' (15-12). Turning from the tough position, the advantage of New Zealand increased Carter (17-12). In 58. minute Pollard made another penalty for 15-17, and two minutes later, Dan Carter returned to the other side and returned to New Zealand five-point advantage (20-15).
Carter became the 'All Blacks' recorder by number of points (172) at world championships, stopping Grant Fox (170). By the end of the match, 'Springboks' managed to hit the 69 penalty just one more time. minute was realized by Lambie, replacement for injured Pollard.
In the last 11 minutes of the game, no team scored a point, so the New Zealand rugby team reached another record - they became the first team to win the 13 victory at world championships. But before them, the final goal is to become the first team to defend the title.
Against 'All Blacks' 31. October at Twickenham to hunt his second consecutive trophy of Webb Ellis, and the third total, we will find out on Sunday (17 hours) when the second semi-finals are scheduled in Australia and Argentina. (Hina)