Rugby World Cup semi-final: Wales 16-19 South Africa

Rugby World Cup semi-final: Wales 16-19 South Africa
Wales fall agonisingly short of a first Rugby World Cup final as Handre Pollard's 76th-minute penalty hands the Springboks victory.

It was a furious battle. Even though South Africa finally won, it seems that Wales successfully fought around South Africa, who always won at Scrum,Mall and Physical.

The technique to deploy sideways while being pushed or to clear deeply the enemy team was good.

Even when Japan fought against South Africa, Japan, which was always being pushed in, wanted to clear it a little further to clear it, but Wales was practicing it.
Clearing a rugby ball is difficult, unlike soccer, so it’s also a technique.


Welsh gets pushed in even though he has more forward weight. Was Wales aware of being inferior in physical strength and gained weight?


Everyone thinks how strong it will be in the UK. Will it become weaker due to teamwork? !

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