Rugby World Cup 2015: New Zealand beat South Africa to reach final

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The All Blacks have now recorded their 13th win in a row in Rugby World Cup matches

Reigning champions New Zealand are into their fourth World Cup final after beating South Africa in another Twickenham epic.

The All Blacks were far from their best but dug deep to come from behind to win 20-18 a very rainy Twickenham Stadium on Saturday.

"It was always going to be close, they're a great side and they showed that again. I was really proud of our guys," said New Zealand coach Steve Hansen.

They will now face either Australia or Argentina, who meet in Sunday's second semi final.

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Jerome Kaino's second try of the tournament gave New Zealand an early lead
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It was just the second time South Africa had seen a half-time lead over turned in a World Cup game
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Dan Carter has overtaken Grant Fox as New Zealand's all-time leading World Cup points scorer with 172