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1 picture that summed up the Wales fans on Saturday...

2013-11-11 07:01
Fan (Gallo Images)
Cape Town - The poor Welsh. They're the reigning Six Nations champions and offered the British & Irish Lions the bulk of the players who beat the Wallabies Down Under in their three-Test series earlier this year.

As it happened: Wales v Springboks

But they weren't good enough to beat the Springboks on Saturday...

In fact, that's 27 Tests now with only one victory for the Red Dragons.

And to rub salt into the Welsh wounds, their famed Millennium Stadium in Cardiff came in for harsh criticism for the standard of the grass which had the forwards slip and sliding at scrum time.

Onwards to Edinburgh for the Boks!

Bet this poor Wales fan drowned his sorrows post-Test...

Had better days at the Millennium Stadium (Gall Images)

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