'All Blacks supporter' says Boks deserved win

2014-10-06 10:26
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Watch ex-Sprinbok scrumhalf Joost van der Westhuizen make an emotional return to the Ellis Park stadium for the Rugby Championship clash between South Africa and New Zealand, the same arena in which he won the 1995 Rugby World Cup.

Dean I'm an All Black supporter and we had to lose sometime - I'm just glad it was to the Boks who I have the highest respect for...It was a game of two halves in many ways but Sa deserved the win hats off to them - hope we meet in the final of the WC but as usual its jigged so that SA and NZ end up on the same channel and so the other side favors a European side making the final - has anyone noticed this about the WC these days to keep global TV and sponors happy ... its bulls...t

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