The South African Rugby team Springboks has finally won Rugby World Cup 2019 in Tokyo Japan.
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Despite losing their opening game, It was a celebrated win for South Africans in Rugby history.
The first black captain of Springboks Kolisi Siya commanded his team well enough leading to a surprise victory.
England was hammered by South Africa 32 – 12 in a brilliant fixture that was broadcasted live across the globe.
‘We are first team to take the trophy after losing the opening game. We have made history today. We are the World Champions, ‘Springboks tweeted.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation also tweeted and said they have joined more than 57 million South Africans in congratulating their team for winning Rugby World Cup 2019 competitions.
This is the 3rd Rugby World Cup trophy South Africa has lifted since democracy was ushered 25 years ago.
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