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Lukhanyo Am recalled for the SpringboksOctober 2, 2023
The Springboks secured a crucial bonus point their route to a seven-try 49-18 victory against Tonga in their final pool B Rugby World Cup game on Sunday night in Marseilles, putting them one step closer to the quarterfinals with one week to go.
The reigning champions will advance unless an improbable set of events occurs, such as a three-way tie with Ireland and Scotland and a points differential swing. In Marseille, the Springboks scored seven tries against a tenacious Tongan side.
South Africa earned a bonus-point 49-18 win over Tonga and will now eagerly await Ireland’s match with Scotland on Saturday to discover their fate in the Rugby World Cup.
The Springboks have done everything they can to recover from their loss to Ireland by defeating a gritty Tongan side who had plenty of possession but behind 21-8 at half-time.