Wingers Makazole Mapimpi and Cheslin Kolbe scored South Africa's first tries in a World Cup final as the Springboks out-gunned England 32-12 to win the trophy for the third time.

Good game management, set piece dominance, brutal defence and almost flawless place-kicking were enough to see off an England side that had dismantled defending champions, the All Blacks in the semi-finals last week...

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