Rugby Championship

6 memorable Springbok moments v All Blacks

2018-09-13 13:20
Frans Steyn (Gallo)

Cape Town - It's no secret that the Springboks have a dire record against the All Blacks - and only the die-hardest of fans would see things improving in Saturday's showdown in Wellington.

In their sixth previous matches at the Westpac Stadium, the Boks have been on the losing side on each occasion, to the tune of an average final score of 30-13.

South Africa’s overall record in the Rugby Championship against New Zealand is: Played 47, won 12 while their overall record against their fiercest woes stands at: Played 95, won 35.

Despite the desperate times currently experienced by the national side, SuperSport have managed to find SIX memorable moments in prior Springboks v All Blacks Tests.


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