The match against Brazil was a tight affair, with the South Africans winning 14-7. They finished strongly against Chile, beating last weekend's champions 19-10.“It was a much better effort from us on Saturday,” SA Rugby Sevens Academy coach, Marius Schoeman, said afterwards.
“Considering the fact that we started without Ryan Oosthuizen, who was forced out due to suspension, I am pretty pleased. We defended well and our attack proved strong. We scored heaps of tries, something that was lacking last weekend.”
In the other Cup quarter-finals, Argentina play Russia, Germany face Chile and Colombia take on Portugal.