The Springboks returned home on Monday November 3 finishing their Rugby World Cup endeavours with a bronze medal.
It was the result most people were expecting but perhaps not the way it panned out.
New Zealand became the first team to successfully win the Rugby World Cup as defending champions when they defeated Australia 34 – 17 in the final match of the 2015 tournament.
The Boks now hold a third-place ranking in world rugby and automatic qualification to the next Rugby World Cup tournament.
Will it be a must-win situation for the 2015 Rugby World Cup Springbok team this evening?
The Springboks take on Los Pumas in the Bronze Final of the 2015 Rugby World Cup. Here are five quick facts before they kick-off at 10pm tonight.
South African rugby legend, Victor Matfield will captain the Springboks in his last game, when the team faces Argentina in their bronze medal clash.
Every Bok game matters but sometimes an out-of-the-box approach can work wonders.
A look back on some of the more memorable moments as the world rugby showpiece winds down.
Resist the blame game, self-flagellation or gnashing of teeth we are prone to after a Springbok defeat.
Crucial moments cost the Springboks as they conceded a 20 – 18 defeat to New Zealand.