New Zealand’s Brodie Retallick runs to score a try against Argentina during their Rugby Championship match. Reuters
South Africa coach Rassie Erasmus described debutant Herschel Jantjies as “awesome” after the 23-year-old scrum-half scored two tries in a 35-17 triumph over Australia in their opening Rugby Championship clash on Saturday.
With the Rugby Championship being seen as little more than a World Cup warmup for the southern hemisphere’s top four nations the abridged tournament could produce a surprise or two amid the tinkering with tactics and selections.
Managing risk while experimenting with selections, tactics and combinations has been the major theme in the build-up to Saturday’s Rugby Championship blockbuster clash between South Africa and New Zealand.
Rohit described his maiden Test double century as “most challenging” after he lifted India out of early trouble and put the hosts in command of the match.
South Africa and Wales defeated host Japan and France respectively to set up a delightful semi-final on Sunday. There was never any shortage of courage, but not even the bravest of blossoms
Washington: Former England star Wayne Rooney’s DC United were thrashed in his Major League Soccer (MLS) farewell match on Saturday as Toronto FC won 5-1 in the first round