England through to Rugby World Cup final - 'What a win!'
England have ousted tournament favourites New Zealand, beating them 19-7 in the first Rugby World Cup semi-final in Yokohama on Saturday.
All Blacks captain Kieran Read said it's hard to put into words what this defeat means.
Watch this clip posted by World Cup Rugby:
🗣 @AllBlacks skipper Kieran Read discusses his side's first RWC defeat since 2007— Rugby World Cup (@rugbyworldcup) October 26, 2019
"It's pretty hard to put into words what it means." #RWC2019 #ENGvNZL #WebbEllisCup #RWCYokohama pic.twitter.com/2L9wLo7tDi
England fans were ecstatic, saying the All Blacks were completely outplayed by their national side.
England had clearly shown their intentions when they faced off against the All Blacks' haka in a V formation.
Some England fans are also convinced that Wales will be the victors in Sunday's second semi-final against the Springboks.
Outstanding, @EnglandRugby 👏🏼🌹Now bring on the Welsh... 😉— Andy Walker (@_andywalker_) October 26, 2019
This article first appeared on CapeTalk : England through to Rugby World Cup final - 'What a win!'
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