MATCH BREAKDOWN
MATCH SUMMARY
TEAMS South Africa vs New Zealand
VENUE FNB Stadium, Soweto
DATE 21 August 2010 17:00
COMPETITION Vodacom Tri-Nations
FINAL SCORE 22 - 29
TRIES 1 - 3
HALFTIME SCORE 16 - 14
MAN OF THE MATCH Schalk Burger, SA
CROWD 94713
MATCH OFFICIALS
Referee Nigel Owens
Assistant Referee/Reserve Referee Alain Rolland
Assistant Referee Simon McDowell
TMO Shaun Veldsman
Performance Reviewer Tappe Henning
SCORING SUMMARY
 
LINE-UP
 
RESERVES
 
REPLACEMENTS
 
RUN OF PLAY
6 Penalty Dan Carter New Zealand
10 Penalty Morné Steyn South Africa
14 Penalty Morné Steyn South Africa
17 Missed Penalty Dan Carter New Zealand
21 Penalty Dan Carter New Zealand
22 Missed Drop Goal Morné Steyn South Africa
24 Try Schalk Burger South Africa
25 Conversion Morné Steyn South Africa
25 Substitution (Blood) Danie Rossouw for Flip van der Merwe South Africa
28 Penalty Dan Carter New Zealand
31 Penalty Morné Steyn South Africa
37 Try Tony Woodcock New Zealand
37 Substitution (Blood bin returning) Flip van der Merwe for Danie Rossouw South Africa
38 Missed Conversion Dan Carter New Zealand
40 First Half End
40 Second Half Start
42 Substitution (Tactical) Piri Weepu for Jimmy Cowan New Zealand
43 Penalty Morné Steyn South Africa
50 Substitution (Tactical) Samuel Whitelock for Tom Donnelly New Zealand
58 Substitution (Tactical) Israel Dagg for Joe Rokocoko New Zealand
58 Substitution (Tactical) Francois Louw for Juan Smith South Africa
62 Substitution (Tactical) CJ van der Linde for Jannie du Plessis South Africa
63 Penalty Morné Steyn South Africa
63 Substitution (Tactical) John Afoa for Ben Franks New Zealand
68 Penalty Dan Carter New Zealand
70 Substitution (Tactical) Danie Rossouw for Flip van der Merwe South Africa
70 Substitution (Tactical) Victor Vito for Jerome Kaino New Zealand
74 Missed Penalty Dan Carter New Zealand
76 Substitution (Tactical) Ricky Januarie for Francois Hougaard South Africa
78 Try Richie McCaw New Zealand
79 Missed Conversion Dan Carter New Zealand
80 Try Israel Dagg New Zealand
80 Conversion Dan Carter New Zealand
80 Full Time

MATCH CENTRE
FIXTURES
     
RESULTS
     
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20:45 - France vs Ireland
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12:05 - Australia vs South Africa
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Saturday, September 16 2017
09:35 - New Zealand vs South Africa
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