Just two teams remain to vie for the Rugby World Cup 2023 title: South Africa and New Zealand. We can hardly say we were surprised, although up until the 77th minute in England v South Africa Semi-Final, many thought England would make an appearance.
Both teams are determined to become the first nation ever to win four Rugby World Cup tournaments and be rugby’s most decorated nation, so all is at stake in this match-up.
South Africa (the Springboks) are currently world champions and will do everything in their power to defend it, while New Zealand (All Blacks) will make every effort possible to steal away their crown. They boast three titles, one runner-up finish and 49 victories to date. They are widely considered the most successful team in Rugby World Cup history – making the final an exciting and memorable spectacle at Stade De France this weekend.
New Zealand’s semi-final victory against Argentina was more impressive, earning them an emphatic 44-6 win to advance to an unprecedented fifth Rugby World Cup final. Their iconic Haka drew admiring looks and stopped fans in their tracks to watch and hear this mesmerizing performance, but will its intimidating force prove too much for South Africa on Saturday?
The 2023 Rugby World Cup has been nothing short of breathtaking. After an electrifying semi-final against England – only just winning by one point with help from a late penalty kick! – South Africa is set on making history by becoming only the second side ever to capture back-to-back titles.
New Zealand and South Africa will collide as they compete for the Webb Ellis Cup world title. While New Zealand is considered slight favourites, very little divides the two teams as each has split three wins evenly in recent encounters – though New Zealand has proven more formidable with their ball control, making them favorites to claim this trophy, I think it will be the Springboks day as they pull a small upset.
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