South Africa went on to win the Rugby World Cup for the third time when they defeated England 12-32 in the final at International Stadium Yokohama last weekend.
The first three quarters were all about both Handre Pollard and Owen Farrell, who kicked four and six penalty goals respectively taking the scoreline 12-18. Just when it mattered the most Makazole Mapimpi and Cheslin Kolbe scored tries in the 66th and 74th minute to hand England a heartbreak.
The result also meant South Africa have levelled New Zealand in most World Cups won with three apiece after being winners in the 1995 and 2007 editions. Here are the highlights from the encounter.