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"The Springboks are very much back on track!" - John Robbie

South Africa has been celebrating the Springboks' emphatic 46-6 win over Samoa at the Rugby World Cup last night. The national rugby team outscored their opponents by six tries to zero, with winger JP Petersen scoring a hatrick.

Image: John Robbie at the stadium with Ernie Els & Allan Donald. /Supersport

702's John Robbie is currently on tour in London following the 2015 Rugby World Cup blow by blow, and enjoying the city's culture, he spoke to Africa Melane and Sam Cowen on Weekend Breakfast about the Boks' performance last night from his point of view in the stands.

Listen to the interview below for John Robbie's analysis of last night's thrasher, and his experience at the Rugby World Cup so far:

It was terrific, the speed was amazing, the physicality, the commitment was total and scoring tries again, 4 tries in this day and age! Not many people in the rugby world have not stood up to acknowledge the Springboks

John Robbie, 702 Presenter

It's actually turning out to be a terrific world cup because even the games you think are givens are turning out to show some surprises.

John Robbie, 702 Presenter

It was a team performance that really was immense ...

John Robbie, 702 Presenter

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