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In quarter Final Match All Blacks ulian Savea helped himself to a hat-trick at the Millennium Stadium as New Zealand eased into the semi-finals of Rugby World Cup 2015 with a nine-try crushing of France. Four first-half touchdowns and five more after the interval paved the way for a consummate 62-13 victory that left France to lament a performance littered with errors and inaccuracy. Having shown only brief glimpses of their capability in the pool stages of the tournament, New Zealand began with a spring in their step and took the lead courtesy of Dan Carter’s fifth-minute penalty. Full-back Scott Spedding levelled matters with a penalty from inside his own half four minutes later, but when the unpredictable Frederic Michalak loitered too long with ball in hand and had his 11th-minute clearance kick charged down by Brodie Retallick, the Kiwi lock gathered and galloped clear to touch down for the opening try.
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NEW ZEALAND VS SOUTH AFRICA
Sunday, October 25 from 2am (AEDT) at Twickenham.
New Zealand $1.30, South Africa $3.50
How they got there
W 26-16 vs Argentina @ Wembley
W 58-14 vs Namibia @ Olympic Stadium
W 43-10 vs Georgia @ Millennium Stadium
W 47-9 vs Tonga @ St James’ Park
W 62-13 vs France @ Millennium Stadium
L 34-32 vs Japan @ Brighton
W 46-6 vs Samoa @ Villa Park
W 34-16 vs Scotland @ St James’ Park
W 64-0 vs USA @ Olympic Stadium
W 23-19 vs Wales @ Twickenham
Past Record : Last five head-to-head
New Zealand 27, South Africa 20 @ Johannesburg, 2015
South Africa 27, New Zealand 25 @ Johannesburg, 2014
New Zealand 14, South Africa 10 @ Wellington, 2014
New Zealand 38, South Africa 27 @ Johannesburg, 2013
New Zealand 29, South Africa 15 @ Auckland, 2013
World Cup head-to-head
South Africa 15, New Zealand 12 @ Johannesburg, 1995 (final)
South Africa 22, New Zealand 18 @ Millennium Stadium, 1999 (bronze game)
New Zealand 29, South Africa 9 @ Melbourne, 2003 (quarterfinal)