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That GPS must be good because that's to the miracle of television pictures I can confirm that that's exactly where they are. Samoan national anthem review Four stars.
More operatic than you might imagine. Those boys are in touch with their feminine side. South Africa national anthem review. The spread on condescending statements about Samoa from the ITV commentary team is We've had about four already and we haven't even kicked off. Here comes the siva tau - the new black in the fashion parade that is Rugby World Cup pre-match dances.
It's a good one. Short, sharp, threatening, all the things you want from a pre-match dance.
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I do think all the teams should be made to dance before the game. Nigel Owens blows his whistle and Samoa, in blue, kick off playing from right to left. South Africa are all in white. South Africa nearly make a perfect start as Habana spectacularly leaps to get on the end of and up-and-under. They roll through the phases before Morne Steyn tries a drop goal which drifts just wide of the left-hand post. I admired his professionalism. A good response from the Samoans as Census Johnston barges through about eight men.
He's then penalised and South Africa have a penalty. It's in their own half but they elect to kick for goal nonetheless. It's a beast of a kick from Steyn but it crashes off the crossbar and we remain scoreless.
Matfield is dominating the line-out already taking two crisp catches to allow the South African pack to roll their way up the pitch. They worked the ball to Habana on the left wing - he fumbled slightly but gathered at the second attempt and made it across the line with a diving leap.
It's sent to the video ref but the replay shows his legs were about eight-feet in the air as the ball was touched down. Great response from Samoa as they roll through the phases with some clean, crisp handling and reach the South Africa line. Once again they are penalised, however, and the Springboks have a penalty. Mahonri Schwalger is not happy with Nigel Owens's decision and the penalty is moved forward 10 yards for dissent.
Poor handling from Jannie Du Plessis gives Samoa the put-in just when South Africa looked like they were going to carve through the Samoan defence.
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There's a bit of a kerfuffle which is described as being "a bit fruity" by the ITV commentators which is not exactly how I would call it. A bit terrifying might do it justice as Schalk Burger and Mahonri Schwalger square up. In the end, after consultation with his touch judge, Nigel Owens has a word with Jannie Du Plessis for slapping Schwalger.
Replays show that it was really Schwalger who threw the first slap. Is this what it's come to? It's like we're in a Sarah Jessica Parker film.
Morne Steyn kicks deep into the Samoa 22 but fails to finds touch. Paul Williams returns with interest and finds a good touch. Again Matfield leaps and shows his dominance in the line-out - a real area of strength for the Springboks - and Samoa are penalised giving Frans Steyn a difficult kick at goal.
He has the sizeable benefit of a strong breeze and even with that it only just creeps over the crossbar. That's how far out he was.
Samoa are losing their cool now. They're pack is being dominated and frustration is coming out. Kane Thompson comes round the side of a maul and then throws a punch, Nigel Owens awards the penalty but decides against a yellow card - preferring to give captain Mahonri Schwalger a warning. South Africa are pulling away now. They were cheap points to give away. Samoa are really struggling to make an impact now. Every time they attempt to move forward they end up being penalised - this time they're punished for wheeling the scrum.
It's 65 metres from goal but Frans Steyn is going to go for goal. Even with the wins the kick doesn't carry but Samoa have to try and work their way up the pitch again. If you like long, laborious attempts to get a scrum set this part of the game is for you. I don't know why they bother - South Africa are going to win it anyway. They've won every single one of their put-ins in this tournament so far.
They launch another swift attack getting it wide to Habana but he's held up by Maurie Faasavalu and then Fourie Du Preez knocks-on to give the Samoans some breathing space. A good break upfield from Samoa with Seilala Mapusua heavily involved, particularly with a great pick-up of a bouncing ball. Alesana Tuilagi makes some ground too before Samoa are turned over, somewhat predictably, and South Africa clear their lines.
Tuilagi picks up tries a little chip and run in his own 22 and is slightly fortunate to get away with it. Samoa don't need to concede any more stupid points before half-time. Samoa's best chance of the half comes with the last action. Fotuali'i breaks down the right before passing inside to Mapusua who runs out of options, tries an ambitious reverse pass inside and a promising attack comes to a flat end. South Africa Samoa.
Good half for South Africa. Good half for Wales. Half-time adverts courtesy of the Brazilian rugby team. Half-time emails courtesy of Gary Naylor and Robin Lynch A good thing, methinks.
Plus I imagine football refs would see any extra media exposure as a gateway to shows like Strictly Come Dancing. I have no basis for this - just a hunch.
There's been a lot of wild talk of permutations and bonus points over the last few days, with Welsh, Irish and English fans getting in an awful funk about not reaching the quarters. I think all these teams will qualify with room to spare. They love a bit of anxiety do the Irish. Can Samoa take advantage of the wind and fight their way back? I think we all know the answer to that. Let me do my job" Nigel Owens to Mahonri Schwalger in the first half.
I wonder what gems like this we're missing from football referees? Bryan Habana is in the wars in the opening minutes of the half.
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