Listen! Springboks beat spirited Tonga to close on rugby world cup quarter-finals
The Springboks pulled themselves up by the bootstraps last night as they defeated Tonga in a brave outing by the underdogs. The defending world champions have likely secured their place in the quarter finals with a much-needed bonus point following last week's tumble. However, the slightest chance for the Scottish to perform miracles against fellow European foes, Ireland, has set up a grandstand finish to Pool B. Pollard looked on point on return from injury, Reinach continues to put his hand up for first choice, and have we suffered another campaign ending injury? Business Day TV unpacked all this with sports reporter for Sunday Times, Liam Del Carme.
2 Oct 8AM
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