Springbok prop Trevor Nyakane will be fine to play in the World Cup after coming off injured in the warm-up win against Japan on Friday.
Nyakane, who was a second-half substitute, hobbled off shortly after coming on to the field with what appeared to be a leg injury.
There were concerns that the tighthead could be sidelined. However, the Springboks have confirmed that his injury is not serious and will not threaten his participation in the World Cup.
The Springboks open their World Cup campaign against the All Blacks on 21 September.
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