Heyneke Meyer believes that Bryan Habana is hitting form and will be a key player in their World Cup quarter-final next week, reports JON CARDINELLI in London.
Bryan Habana scored a hat-trick as the Boks won 64-0 at London's Olympic Stadium.
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Bryan Habana scored a hat-trick to equal Jonah Lomu’s World Cup record and boost the Springboks to a 64-0 win against the USA. JON CARDINELLI reports from London's Olympic Stadium.
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Bryan Habana’s anticipation and finishing will come to the fore when the Springboks face a weakened USA side at the Olympic Stadium on Wednesday, writes JON CARDINELLI in London.
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Bryan Habana scored a hat-trick as the Boks won 64-0 at London's Olympic Stadium.View all videos