South Africa fought tooth and nail for their fairy-tale ending in the Rugby World Cup final against arch-rivals New Zealand on Saturday. Despite a late rally by the All Blacks, the Springboks held on to claim a 12-11 win, and ultimately a second successive World Cup title.

Come what may over the next few years, Siya Kolisi’s charges will be remembered as the greatest Bok side in history — and together with the All Blacks team of 2015, one of the most decorated Test teams...

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