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Rugby World Cup 2019: England v South Africa - What happened in pictures

South Africa crushed England in the final of the World Cup - find out what happened in pictures
South Africa beat England 32 - 12 to win the Rugby World Cup. Captain Siya Kolisi lifted the William Webb Ellis trophy in the air to celebrate the Springboks' victory.
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The epic finale of the Rugby World Cup started with passionate national anthems from both teams in front of a packed stadium.
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Then, disaster struck in the opening minutes when Kyle Sinckler collided with team-mate Maro Itoje knocking him unconscious. The on-duty doctors checked him out and confirmed he had a concussion, and would no longer be able to play.
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South Africa took the lead in the first half, with fly-half Handre Pollard kicking South Africa's points.
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But England weren't going to let the Springboks have it all their own way! Captain Owen Farrell scored four penalties bringing the half-time score to 12-6 to South Africa.
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After half-time South Africa held the lead, and a try from winger Makazole Mapimpi secured their advantage.
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South Africa's Cheslin Kolbe scored the epic final try bringing the game to a close, with the Springboks taking the trophy.
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It's the Springbok's third World Cup win and it's a victory that will be hugely celebrated in the stadium and also back home in South Africa!
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