- South Africa will take on New Zealand in their second Rugby Championship game on Saturday at Emirates Airline Park
- The All Blacks were outclassed by the Springboks in the Mbombela test as South Africa won 26-10
- New Zealand have lost 5 of their last 6 test matches and will be looking to bounce back against the Springboks
South Africa will look to heap more misery upon New Zealand when the two sides meet in the Rugby Championship this weekend.
The Springboks and All Blacks will contest the second test match at the Emirates Airline Park on Saturday afternoon.
The Boks are coming off a big win in the first test match last weekend when they beat the All Blacks 26-10 in Mbombela, SuperSport confirmed.
The victory was the largest win for South Africa win over New Zealand since 1928. It also was New Zealand’s fifth loss in six test matches, The Telegraph reported.
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The Boks bullied the All Blacks during the game and ran out comfortable winners, despite playing the final stages of the game with only 14 men.
The visitor’s recent poor form has also seen them drop down the official world rankings. The All Blacks dropped one place and are now behind England. Ireland currently are the number one ranked team in the world.
The top five teams in the official rankings are:
Australia are currently sixth but did beat Argentina in the other Rugby Championship fixture.
2022 Commonwealth Games, Birmingham: Ruthless South Africa defeats rivals Fiji for men's 7s rugby gold medal
A 7s rugby masterclass by the Blitzboks saw them claim gold at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham as they swept aside the usually Fiji 31-7 in a one-sided final.
It is rare that the all-conquering Olympic champions from the Pacific are thoroughly outclassed as they were at the Coventry Stadium, but this was a clinic.
South Africa didn’t allow the South Sea magicians any breathing room and ensured they took the flair and magic out of the contest to claim a magnificent gold.
Source: Sports Brief News