Two members of Uruguay’s World Cup squad were involved in a fight in a Japanese restaurant during a drinking session after their exit from the tournament.
Former All Blacks captain Buck Shelford expects the Boks to beat Japan and Wales to be knocked out at the quarter-final stage for the second World Cup running.
Former Springbok assistant coach Brendan Venter believes that Japan won’t be able to dominate the Boks’ forward pack during Sunday’s quarter-final in Tokyo.
Cheslin Kolbe talks about facing Kotaro Matsushima and Kenki Fukuoka, while Herschel Jantjies highlights the need to nullify the pace of the Japan attacking game.
Springbok wing Cheslin Kolbe says he is looking forward to facing Japan’s Kotaro Matsushima and Kenki Fukuoka in the World Cup quarter-finals on Sunday.
Duane Vermeulen on the loose-forward battle and Japan’s goal to play a high-tempo game, while Willie le Roux says the Boks have their own ‘Ferraris’.
We look at what happened in Tokyo on Monday and Tuesday as the Springboks build toward their quarter-final clash with Japan.
More than half of the Japanese population watched the World Cup match between Japan and Scotland in Yokohama on Sunday.
Several players of Canada’s World Cup team have remained in Kamaishi to help the local community recover from the impact of typhoon Hagibis.
France duo Louis Picamoles and Gael Fickou have admitted that Les Bleus are planning an all-out pace assault in their quarter-final against Wales in Oita on Sunday.