Cape Town - Springbok utility back Frans Steyn became just the 21st player to win multiple Rugby World Cup titles in Yokohama on Saturday.

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Steyn joined the select group of players following the Springboks' dominant 32-12 victory over England in the 2019 final.

Steyn, 32, was part of the 2007 Springbok team which triumphed in Paris - also against England.

Steyn joins compatriot Os du Randt as the only two Springboks to have tasted victory on two occasions.

Du Randt was famously part of the 1995 World Cup-winning side in South Africa, as well as the 2007 success in France.

Steyn and Du Randt are joined by five Wallabies and 14 All Blacks in sipping champagne from the Webb Ellis Cup on multiple occasions.

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List of multiple World Cup winners:

John Eales (Australia) - 1991, 1999

Phil Kearns (Australia) - 1991, 1999

Dan Crowley (Australia) - 1991, 1999

Jason Little (Australia) - 1991, 1999

Tim Horan (Australia) - 1991, 1999

Dan Carter (New Zealand) - 2011, 2015

Ben Franks (New Zealand) - 2011, 2015

Owen Franks (New Zealand) - 2011, 2015

Jerome Kaino (New Zealand) - 2011, 2015

Richie McCaw (New Zealand) - 2011, 2015

Keven Mealamu (New Zealand) - 2011, 2015

Ma'a Nonu (New Zealand) - 2011, 2015

Kieran Read (New Zealand) - 2011, 2015

Colin Slade (New Zealand) - 2011, 2015

Conrad Smith (New Zealand) - 2011, 2015

Victor Vito (New Zealand) - 2011, 2015

Sam Whitelock (New Zealand) - 2011, 2015

Sonny Bill Williams (New Zealand) - 2011, 2015

Tony Woodcock (New Zealand) - 2011, 2015

Os du Randt (South Africa) 1995, 2007

Frans Steyn (South Africa) - 2007, 2019