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Wales Vs South AfricaThe Welsh team for the Wales v South Africa international rugby match at Swansea. Back row, from left: Llewellyn,, Williams,, Jenkins,, Jones, Thavers. Walisisches Rugby und Identität. Carolyn Hitt ist eine ausgezeichnete Journalistin, Moderatorin und Autorin, die seit über 20 Jahren über Rugby in Wales. English: Line-ups for the Rugby World Cup semi-final between Wales and South Africa, played at International Stadium Yokohama, Yokohama, on
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And on four minutes Kolbe was involved as the visitors thought they might be over for the first score of the day - the Toulouse wing showing magnificent feet to step through a gap, after which Willie Le Roux produced a long pass out to Pieter-Steph Du Toit on the left wing, who demonstrated fantastic dynamism to scorch down the flank and over the tryline.
Assistant referee Karl Dickson was on hand to raise his flag as the flanker put a foot in touch, however, cutting the Boks' joy short.
In a frantic beginning to the Test, full of offloads, handling errors and both sides playing on knock on advantages frequently, it was Wales who struck the opening points.
After 10 minutes, Wales capitalised on the nine phases of pressure they exerted in the Bok 22 when Jenkins - who was not even meant to start the game - threw a dummy to round hooker Malcolm Marx, break the line and offload inside to tighthead prop Francis under the challenge of Le Roux.
Just six minutes later, the home side were over for their second score, and once again it had its roots in sustained 22 pressure and a dummy to unlock the South Africa defence.
Out-half Anscombe threw a dummy to glide past Marx again and, when the ball proved unplayable deep in the Bok 22 after 11 phases, Wales had a scrum in a wonderfully attacking position - a position from which they would strike for a second try.
The Kiwi-born 10 then sent a looping pass over wing Aphiwe Dyantyi, who had been sucked in too far off his wing, offering full-back Williams space to finish a chance he was never going to miss.
Despite the efforts of Kriel, Siya Kolisi and Pollard on the cover defence - the Saracens man stepped inside the former two, and rode the challenge of the latter to ground the ball.
On 20 minutes, South Africa had their first points of the day as Wales second row Adam Beard was caught offside near halfway while charging down an Embrose Papier box-kick.
Pollard produced a superb strike from distance to make it Four minutes later, Anscombe missed touch with a penalty from hand for the second time in the opening stages, and his error was soon compounded when Marx earned a breakdown penalty.
Wales No 8 Ross Moriarty spilled the forthcoming restart, however, and from the resultant scrum the Bok pack eked out a penalty with a sustained forward drive.
Pollard stepped up and delivered off the tee again for After 34 minutes, Pollard extended that lead to when Wales hooker Ken Owens came in at the side of a maul after Biggar and Gareth Davies had struggled to execute exit kicks into the wind.
Wales then lost George North to a hamstring problem, but a minute before the break Biggar reduced the deficit to three points after Bok pair Bongi Mbonambi and Duane Vermeulen tackled flanker Aaron Wainwright off the ball.
Both sides headed off thereafter, having struggled to gain any semblance of control in the Test within a dour first half.
The second period started in much the same way, with knock-ons and miscued kicks dictating things, before Biggar levelled the tie six minutes in when the Boks were penalised for going in at the side of a maul.
It was to be South Africa who would notch the opening try, however, when centre De Allende powered to the line past Biggar, Tomos Williams and Owen Watkin after Pollard had sliced into the Wales 22 for the original line-break.
The resulting conversion left things at Having turned down a kickable penalty on the hour mark in search of a try, an exhausting phase Wales attack in the Bok 22 led to another penalty concession by South Africa.
From here, Alun Wyn Jones opted for an attacking scrum rather than simple kick at goal, and it proved inspired.
Physical intimacy in the second best kind of way. Death by shoulders. May your hamstrings be sturdy, hands nimble and hits righteous.
One for the purists this one! We were spoilt last night. Pollard nervelessly kicked the decisive penalty with four minutes to go as the tense game threatened to go to extra time with the scores locked at You never know.
It was a true battle of the boot as the and World Cup champions ground out a victory that consigned Wales to their third tournament semi-final defeat after previous losses in and The two teams played out a dreadful first half of rugby dominated by turgid set-piece, crash balls and aerial combat as both sides kicked the leather off the ball.
There was none of the verve shown by England in their gripping victory over New Zealand on Saturday, but the slowed rhythm suited the Springboks.
Locked at early in the second half, centre Damian de Allende finally broke the try-scoring deadlock with a stunning individual effort. The Bok centre shrugged off a weak challenge by Dan Biggar and fended off Owen Watkin and Tomos Williams for a fine individual five-pointer that Pollard converted.
With 20 minutes to play Wales spurned a shot at goal to go for deep lineout. The maul was thwarted but the Welsh went through multiple phases and were eventually awarded another penalty in front of the posts, electing to go for the scrum.
But Rhys Patchell and Pollard both missed with ambitious drop-goal attempts before the latter kicked his crucial fourth penalty to eliminate Wales and set up a final against England on Saturday.
After 21 phases of one-out forwards slogging it forward over a metre of turf 5m out, the Welsh got a penalty, going wide and scoring in the corner through Josh Adams.
What a courageous call followed by clinical execution…gonna be tiiiight! Ballsy decision Wales, immense pressure for the kick.
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Wembley Stadium , London , England.Lineup Wales South Africa 15 L. Jantjies, off the bench, swings over a lovely kick from the right flank and the gap is down to three points. George Rouletter G.